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What is the full form of PYR?

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

PYR: Per Your Request

PYR is an abbreviation of "Per Your Request".

It is an expression, which is commonly used in the Gmail platform. It is written in the body of the email which indicates that the sender replies to the recipient informing him/her that the email is about the given task by the sender and as per his / her request. If it is written in the email PYR, it means that the email is about the same task that the sender has sent previously to be completed.

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

In an email, if it is written:

As PYR, PFA doc file FYR.

This shows that the email contains an attachment that is about the work allotted by the sender.

Now, these days, the demands of acronyms are very high on social media online chatting or messaging, so the users usually use PYR as a replacement for Per Your Request.

So, in this way, the abbreviation PYR 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 other person that this email is about the work given or allotted by them, you can simply write PYR instead of writing Per Your Request which is quite lengthy and takes time. Writing PYR saves time, performs strong communication and with fewer efforts.



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