In a nutshell, it means that a child or an adult who doesn’t yet understand how email works may have trouble understanding what’s in an email.
It’s usually a problem because the sender’s message may contain a typo, an incomplete sentence, or multiple sentences.
There are also other issues, like when the message is too long or too confusing.
For example, if your child is reading the mail while looking for homework, she may find it confusing or confusing because she doesn’t know how to understand what’s going on.
And sometimes, kids may find the email too long, too long for her to read.
When you find this, it may be time to start a new mail account for your child.
Here are some tips for how to get more out of these emails: If you’re sending emails to multiple recipients, ask your child to check that the email is correct, and not just send a reply to your child’s email address.