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What is the full form of NM?

Full form of NM: Here, we are going to learn what does NM stands for? NM – which is an abbreviation of "No Message" in Email jargon, etc.
Submitted by Anushree Goswami, on March 15, 2020

NM: No Message

NM is an abbreviation of "No Message".

It is an expression, which is commonly used in the Gmail platform. It is also written as N/M or n/m or *n/m*. It is written in the subject of the mail, if the subject is in itself a message, and the email further has nobody. This reduces the time for both the sender and receiver. For the sender, it works as if the subject itself is a message and no further typing required in the body of the mail. For the receiver, it works as if there is nobody, which means it is empty then the receiver not needed to open the mail.

Let us take an example to make it easy to understand.

In email Subject, if it is written:
Meeting In Room 2002: NM

This shows that the mail is itself the message and included in the subject and no need to open the mail and just do the needful.

Now, these days, the demands of acronyms are very high on social media online chatting or messaging, so the users usually use NM or N/M or n/m or *n/m* as a replacement for No Message.

So, in this way, the abbreviation NM or N/M or n/m or *n/m* is used mostly in the social media platform.

While this slang is very common in social media platforms, mainly email messaging, still many are unaware of this slang.

So, if you want to send an email that has no further body and all the message is included in the subject itself, then you can use NM or N/M or n/m or *n/m* instead of writing No Message in a whole, which reduces the time, strong communication occurs and fewer efforts needed.



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