There's a new book called "Kill Reply All: A Modern Guide to Online Etiquette".

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  The new book is called, "Kill Reply All: A Modern Guide to Online Etiquette". The author argues the point that there's, quote, "no purpose for voicemails in the modern age."  And having to sit through a two-minute message is "super inefficient and inconvenient." The author says you should never  leave voicemails now.  And if someone doesn't pick up, just hang up and send them a text instead.

What else is now considered rude? How about Spur-of-the-moment phone calls.  Instead, she says to text first and ASK the person if they want to talk on the phone. A few more rules she wants us to follow:  Don't use periods at the end of texts, don't ALWAYS "reply all" to group emails and only use emojis in moderation, especially in work emails.