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Other Ways to Say “Noted” in a Professional Way

Acknowledging Understanding

If you’re not sure how to respond, there are a few other ways to acknowledge understanding. You can say “I understand,” or if you want to be more specific about what it is that you do understand, try saying “Got it.” This can also be used as an acknowledgement that someone has explained something well and in such a way that makes sense to you (as opposed to just nodding your head).

Another option is “That makes sense“–this one works well when someone has explained something new or unfamiliar in terms of things that are already familiar; for example: “I didn’t know how important it was for me not only to have good grades but also participate in extracurricular activities.” In this case, saying “That makes sense” would indicate agreement with the statement above because both grades and extracurricular activities are important factors when considering college applications.

Finally, there’s always “I see,” which simply means that whatever point was made before this phrase was uttered was understood by both parties involved in conversation.

Other Ways to Say “Noted”

Confirming Agreement

  • I agree
  • Absolutely
  • Sounds good
  • That works for me

Agreeing to a Request

  • “Sure thing.”
  • “I’ll do it.”
  • “I’m on it.”

Accepting an Invitation

  • I’d love to.
  • Count me in.
  • I’m there.
  • I’m in!

Showing Appreciation

  • Thanks for letting me know.
  • Appreciate it!
  • Thanks for the heads up.
  • That’s great!

Expressing Gratitude

  • Many thanks
  • Much appreciated
  • Thank you so much!
  • I’m grateful

Expressing Interest

  • I’m interested.
  • I’m keen.
  • That sounds interesting!
  • I’m game, if you are!


You can also use “summarizing” as a way to say ‘noted.’ For example:
“In summary, we have learned that this is an important issue and we should work together to solve it.”
“To sum up, I think we should all agree that our main goal is to create a more inclusive environment for everyone at the company.”


Noted is a useful word, but it’s not the only way to say “I’ve heard you.”
For example:

  • “Thanks for sharing that information with me.”
  • “I appreciate your input on this topic.”
  • “Thanks for bringing this up; I’ll consider it.”

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