How can the phrase FYI (for your information) be used correctly in an email?

How can the phrase FYI (for your information) be used correctly in an email?

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    FYI (for your information) is a common phrase used when someone wants to inform others about something without being rude or impolite. It’s used in business, government and personal communications. You can use this phrase in an email to let someone know about something that will be of interest to them. Here are samples of the use of FYI in an email:

    1. FYI, the meeting is scheduled for 9:00 a.m. on Monday, April 1st, at my office.

    2. FYI, I was not able to attend the conference call yesterday due to a scheduling conflict.

    3. FYI, please don’t include me in any emails about the proposed merger with XYZ Corp.

    4. FYI, I have reserved a table at the company picnic next week.

    5. FYI, I will be attending a conference in Atlanta on Friday, April 5th.

    7. FYI, I am sending you the updated version of the project proposal as promised.

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