What does GTRM stand for?

Going to read mail

When someone types GTRM, they’re telling you they’ll be checking their mailbox soon. This could refer to their physical mailbox or their email inbox. It’s a quick way to say, “I’ll read my mail soon.”

This term often surfaces when someone is pestering you to check your mail. Maybe they’ve sent you something important and want to make sure you’ve seen it. When you want to reassure them without getting too detailed, you can simply write GTRM.

Keep in mind, slang like this is informal. It’s more suitable for chats with friends or informal emails than for professional communications. If you’re in a more formal setting, it might be better to write out, “I will check my mail soon.”

Example for using ‘GTRM’ in a conversation

Hey, have you checked your mail yet? πŸ“¬

Not yet, GTRM! πŸ’Œ

Okay, just making sure. It’s been a while! πŸ˜„

I know, I’ll get to it soon. Thanks for reminding me! πŸ™