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Is it correct to say:
Your feedback will help us maintain a high level of service quality for the future!
I reckon that it should be "in the future"
"for the future" regards some abstract future in my opinion.
Another suggestion I have is "... high level of service quality for future service requests"
Welcome to the forum, leon_shlim.
Please try to give your threads more helpful titles in (the) future. "For/in the future?" would have been good.
Thank you, I will note that for (in) the future :)))
Any other opinions?
I'd use "in the future" for your original post, and "for the future" in your last comment!
Thank you for your replies.
I'm looking for a more definite answer to this question....