What is a note with thanks?


The phrase “Well noted with thanks” means in Vietnamese “Acknowledged with thanks”

How to use “Well note with thanks”

Explain

This phrase is commonly used in the style of electronic mail (e-mail). When someone uses this phrase it means to indicate a piece of information they have received and understand what you have told them and want to thank you. Letting you know they understood and taking note of it, implies great interest in what you’re talking about, emphasizing that they’ve read your message, fully understood, and will act on your wishes. If they are able to accept themselves, chances are they have already agreed, otherwise they are sending your request to someone who can accept it.

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Note: Be careful with this phrase as many native English speakers might think it’s too abrupt, defensive, or sarcastic. In essence, this is a very ordinary phrase. Only use this phrase if you are certain that it is acceptable for the situation.

For example:

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Many thanks, Mr Konrad, for your contribution; it was well documented

Thank you very much, Mr Konrad, for your contribution; it has been well noted.

The Council of Europe noted with great satisfaction that Bulgaria had temporarily concluded the negotiations in all outstanding chapters.

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The European Council noted with great satisfaction that Bulgaria had provisionally closed negotiations in all outstanding chapters.

I am pleased to note that Greece is ready to establish a privatization fund.

I’ve noted with satisfaction that Greece is willing to set up a privatization fund.

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Problems when using “Well noted with thanks”

This is not a common phrase to use on its own. It may be misinterpreted by some native speakers as impolite. See the alternatives for more appropriate ways to use this phrase.

Alternative solution

If you want to use the same meaning, but avoid misleading it as impolite to others, you can use the following phrases instead:

I received the information you sent. Thank you! : I have received the information you sent. Thank you!I used the data you sent to update the chart. Thanks!: I used the data you submitted to update the chart. Thank you!Thank you for sending the list of addresses. I’ve noted the information in our database: Thank you for submitting the address list. I’ve logged the information in our database.Thanks for letting me know the appointment was rescheduled — I’ve updated the calendar to reflect the change: Thanks for letting me know the appointment was rescheduled – I have updated the calendar to reflect the change.
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