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Draft Cover Letter

Eric asks:

In your post “Bad Times“, you wrote “I actually have a rote PA application template, saved in the drafts folder of my Gmail; my resume is already attached. When I hear of a new job opening, all I have to do is fill in the name, and maybe details if I have specific experience relating to what they’re asking for, and then hit send.”

Could you explain this to me? I have gmail, but I have a Blackberry… can I do this too or is it only for smart phone users?

Here’s how it works: At the computer, I write the email cover letter (possibly with a little help from TAPA), including subject, and attach my resume. I leave the To: line blank.

Whenever I hear about a new job, either from the Coordinators’ 411 or the UTA Joblist, I copy the address, then open my drafts folder, paste in the address, and hit Send.

Android phones have access to Gmail’s drafts folder. I don’t know if Blackberries or iPhones do. If not, I’m pretty sure you can in the mobile Gmail site, m.google.com.

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