A phrase said to tell somebody they don't have to do something after reading an email. It is usually used in when sending an informational email with no immediate requirement for the reader to take action.
Example: Just wanted to share that we are making good progress on the project. No action needed on your part at this time. I will keep you in the loop in case things change.
Variations: no action is required
Question: What does "Calendar Invite" mean?
(A) When a person wants to meet with you next week.
(B) An email sent to schedule a meeting with the option to either accept or decline the meeting at the scheduled time.
(C) When a person has available time on their calendar to meet with you.
(D) When a person does not have any time to meet with you.
Answer: Find out the right answer here.
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On this site, we also have templates on how to communicate effectively at work, such as requesting PTO, declining a promotion, and taking a sick day.
Word: Close It Out
Definition: To mark something as completed.
Example: This task has been fixed, so let's close it out within the task tracker.
"No Action Needed." Jargonism.com Dictionary, https://jargonism.com/words/1429. Accessed 05/19/2022.