The letter approach to emails is not always and forever better or worse than the texting approach. The results might surprise you. Action — Tell them what you need them to do. He told me how working behind the scenes has taught him about how to work with these kinds of people.
Be pithy. A classic example of a common email is writing to somebody because we want them to do something for us. Think about what will appear in the two-line message preview the recipient sees while scrolling through their inbox: Will it capture their attention?
My schedule is wide open all day Thursday and Friday if you have availability then. I would love to ask you a few questions about how you financed your first film. So, if you use emojis, acronyms, abbreviations, etc.
If you put a lot of rigmarole before your ask, an impatient reader might never get to it. Be sure not to oversell your email title, though—that's one of the top 20 email mistakes to avoid.
Use a salutation and signature.