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    Just so you know / Just to let you know

    I'm curious with their meanings.

    Do they have the same meaning? 'Just so you know' is shortened for 'Just to let you know'?

    Please help.

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    Re: Just so you know / Just to let you know

    Yes, they could mean the same. Depends on how they are used in the sentence:

    'Just so you know, Mary is allergic to fish, so don't serve it at lunch.

    Just a note to let you know about Mary: she is allergic to fish so don't serve it at lunch.

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    Re: Just so you know / Just to let you know

    Thanks, susiedqq. I got it. : )

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