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    Dear teachers,

    I've realized that I tend to use the expression "as discussed" in the e-mails (i.e. professional use) I sent to clients/colleagues when I forward a document or an information.

    Actually in most of the cases I did not have a real "discussion" (on the phone for example) with the counterpart but it is something that we mutually agreed before or very often something which results from the circumstances (that I have to communicate this document / information).

    Is it acceptable to say "as discussed" in this situation or shall I use "as agreed" or any other expression? (because there has not been any formal "agreement" between us neither).

    For those who might speak French the translation of what I would like to write would be "comme convenu".


    Thank you for your help


    Guillaume

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    Hmm...I don't know, could you give us some context?

    [Not a teacher]

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    Default Re: as discussed

    If you have communicated and agreed upon something previously, then "as discussed" is fine.

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    Default Re: as discussed

    The closest to "comme convenu" is "as agreed" which is also OK.

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