Is it correct to say per your request?

“As per your request” sounds formal and grammatically incorrect, even though it was used in business for many years. Its time has come and gone. Instead, switch it with “As you requested,” which says the same thing in a much more approachable and simple way.

How do you use per request in a sentence?

According to; by: Changes were made to the manuscript per the author’s instructions. So, I would suggest: I reviewed the video, per his request. Per his request, I reviewed the video.

Is it at your request or on your request?

The correct phrase is “at your request”. The reason it is called a phrase is because these three words are one unit. You can use the words separately if you want.

What does as you requested mean?

idiom. as requested: like you asked, in accordance with a previous request.

Can I say per your request?

Both ‘as per your request’ and ‘per your request’ are grammatically correct and widely used in written English. ‘As per your request’ might seem pretty old-fashioned to some. Using something like ‘as you requested’ is a more modern way of saying ‘as per your request’ and might sound less ‘cumbersome’.

Is as requested rude?

Dictionary defines to request as to politely or formally ask for something. So by definition it is not rude.

What is pre request?

A prerequest is a presequence that prefigures a request, possibly by ascertaining the ability of the respondent to satisfy the coming request.

Can we say upon your request?

Can you do something at someone’s request?

If you do something at someone’s request, you do it because they have asked you to.

What is the difference between request and requested?

As verbs the difference between request and requested is that request is to express the need or desire for while requested is (request).

Is it polite to say as requested?

Thanks! A request, as opposed to a demand, is usually polite. The verb request, however, feels much stronger. “I request that” sounds like something a monarch or person in power would say.