LET

What does LET stand for?

Leaving early today

When you get an email from your team member with the acronym LET, it means “Leaving Early Today”. People might use this term when they have personal tasks to attend to, like picking up their children, going to a medical appointment, or simply taking a breather after a long day.

If you need something from a colleague who mentions they are LET, make sure you reach out to them as soon as possible. It’s a heads-up that they won’t be around in the later part of the day.

And remember, it’s okay to use LET yourself. If you’re feeling drained or distracted, it might be a good idea to take some time off. You’ve earned it after all your hard work.

Example for using ‘LET’ in a conversation

Hey! Are you LET today?

Yep! I have a dentist appointment in the afternoon. Need anything before I go?

Actually, could you send me the sales report ASAP?

Sure thing! I’ll email it to you right now. Anything else?