TFTI is another Gen-Z acronym meaning ‘Thanks For The Information.’ People on the internet often use it in comment sections to thank someone for sharing some information.
TFTI has another meaning that a lot of people use these days — ‘Thanks For The Invite.’ As you can probably guess, you can use TFTI in this context to thank your friend for that party invite. At times, TFTI is alternatively used to convey ‘thanks for the information’.
This acronym can be used any way you want; be it uppercase or lowercase, it doesn’t change its meaning at all. However, do keep in mind that, at times, the acronym can be used to show passive aggressiveness or even sarcasm.
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Examples of TFTI
Here are two examples to help you better understand how you can use the acronym better in both its given contexts.
When you get an invitation
As mentioned above, TFTI means ‘Thanks for the invite’ and here’s an example depicting the same.
|John||Hey, would you want to go trekking with us?|
|Jane||For sure, I love trekking. It’ll be amazing, TFTI!|
|John||Great! I’ll see you this weekend then?|
|Jane||Yes, you will.|
When someone gives a useful piece of information
An alternate meaning of TFTI is also ‘Thanks for the info’. Here’s an example depicting that.
|Email from your teacher||All the students are requested to meet me today at 1 p.m.|
|In your reply to the teacher||Sir, there are a few students who are not a part of this thread.|
|Teacher||TFTI. please forward my message to all your classmates who are not a part of this thread.|
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