Crossword clues for fyi
- Murphy Brown's fictional program
- Memo-opening abbr
- Memo-heading inits
- Memo-header notation
- Memo ltrs
- Memo heading, maybe
- Letters on memos
- Letters denoting "so you know"
- Letters before a heads-up
- Letters atop some memos
- Letters at the top of an interoffice memo
- Interoffice letters
- Heads-up letters
- Forwarder's abbr
- Forwarded email header
- Email forwarder's intro
- Cousin of "btw"
- Corkboard posting letters
- "Thought you'd like to know" letters
- "Thought you should know," on a memo
- "Thought this would be of interest," for short
- "Thought I should share," briefly
- "This might interest you," in memos
- "This might be good to know," in texts
- "Read this if you like"
- "Oh, by the way ..." letters
- "Just wanted to pass this along," on memos
- "Just throwing it out there"
- "Just so you know ...," in memo shorthand
- "Just so you know ...," in a memo: Abbr
- "Just saying" letters
- "Just like to mention this," initially
- "Just a heads-up..."
- "Just a heads-up," to a texter
- "Just a heads-up ..."
- "I think you should be aware of this ...": Abbr
- "I feel I should tell you," briefly
- "Here's the scoop" letters
- "Here's something interesting," in brief
- "Here are the relevant facts ...": Abbr
- "Here are the facts," briefly
- "By the way" shorthand in a memo
- "By the way" abbr. on a memo
- 'By the way' memo abbr
- 'By the way,' on memos
- 'By the way,' on a memo
- "Read this"
- Memo starter
- Post-it note abbr.
- Message starter, for short
- Memo letters
- Just so you know
- Memo-opening letters
- "This might be of interest," on a memo
- Memo opener, often
- Initials at the start of a memo
- Memo-heading initials
- "In case it's of interest ...," on a memo
- Header on many a forwarded email
- "Just a heads-up," on a memo
- Inits. at the start of a memo
- "This might be of interest ...," for short
- "In case it's of interest ..."
- Memo abbr.
- Memo heading, perhaps
- Murphy Brown's show
- In case this is of interest...
- Memo abbreviation
- Memo abbr
- Memo header
- "By the way ..."
- "Just so you know," on a memo
- Memo header, maybe
- Letters on a memo
- "Just so you know," in a text
- Post-it note abbr
- Memo shorthand
- Cluing-in letters
- "Just so you're aware..."
- "Just so you know ...": Abbr
- "Just an update" letters
- "I thought this'd be helpful" acronym
- Texter's "This might be of interest"
- Sticky-note initialism
- Sticky note abbr
- Stickie notation
- Start of some memos
- Start of many a forwarded email
- Post-it initialism
- Murphy Brown's TV show
FYI is a common abbreviation of "for your information".
"FYI" is commonly used in e-mail, instant as on messaging or memo and messages, typically in the message subject, to flag the message as an informational message, with the intent to communicate to the receiver that he/she may be interested in the topic, but is not required to perform any action. It is also commonly used in informal and business spoken conversations.
The usage of "FYI" dates back at least as far as 1941. A notable early usage occurs in a 1959 episode of The Twilight Zone, " One for the Angels."
Prince Charming used the term in Shrek 2 (2004).
Among Internet Standards, FYIs are a subset of the Request for Comments (RFC) series.
The FYI series of notes is designed to provide Internet users with a central repository of information about any topics which relate to the Internet. FYIs topics may range from historical memos on "Why it was done the way" to answers to commonly asked operational questions.
FYI (stylized as fyi,) is an American digital cable and satellite television network that is owned by A&E Networks, a joint venture between the Disney–ABC Television Group subsidiary of The Walt Disney Company and the Hearst Corporation (which each own 50%). The network features lifestyle programming, with a mix of reality, culinary, home renovation and makeover series.
The network originally launched in 1999 as The Biography Channel—an offshoot of the A&E television series Biography. As such, it originally featured factual programs, such as reruns of its namesake. As A&E shifted its focus towards reality and drama series, Biography Channel became the home for several series that had been displaced by the network (including Biography itself), but shifted towards reality-oriented series itself in 2007 with a re-brand as simply Bio.
As of February 2015, the channel was available to approximately 70,932,000 pay television households (60.9% of households with at least one television set) in the United States.
FYI was an information series seen on the ABC network in the early 1980s. Hosted by Hal Linden (at the time the star of Barney Miller), the program features answers to questions that many viewers ask, from common questions such as, "What's the leading cause of burns in children?" to questions not many ask, but may be interesting to know, like "Can a child dance his/her way to better grades?" just to name a couple.
With each show lasting sixty seconds (including intros and outros), FYI was seen three times a day on weekdays, following ABC's popular soaps All My Children, One Life to Live and General Hospital, using a formula not unlike ABC's Saturday morning mini-programs, such as Time for Timer, The Bod Squad and Schoolhouse Rock.
Two books based on the television series have been published, both by M. Evans and Company: FYI (For Your Information): Unexpected Answers to Everyday Questions (1982) and More FYI (For Your Information): Further Tips for Healthful Living (1983).
FYI is an abbreviation of "for your information".
FYI may also refer to: