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Full form of OoO: Here, we are going to learn what does OoO stands for? OoO – which is an abbreviation of "Out of Office" in Email jargon, etc.
Submitted by Anushree Goswami, on March 17, 2020

OoO: Out of Office

OoO is an abbreviation of "Out of Office".

It is an expression, which is commonly used in the Gmail platform. It is written in the body or the subject of the email to tell the recipient that the sender is not in the office or not at the work or May not will be at work. If it is written in the email OoO, it means that the sender is not at work or office and so he/she can't perform the task provided in the email or something else.

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

In an email, if it is written:

OoO, will check once you arrive.

This shows that the person is not at work or office and will check the email after he/she arrives office.

Now, these days, the demands of acronyms are very high on social media online chatting or messaging, so the users usually use OoO as a replacement for Out of Office.

So, in this way, the abbreviation OoO is used mostly on 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, basically in emails if you want to inform the recipient that you aren’t at office or work, you can simply write OoO instead of writing Out of Office, which saves time, saves space for the subject line, takes less effort and is easier to understand.



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