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I’m working on translating some email templates for my company, and in those, we refer to our case processing times (on our website).

I originally wrote “read more about our case processing times”, but because we already have a “read more about…” right above it, one of my coworkers suggested I should use “see also our case processing times”. I’m not a native English speaker, but this sounds weird to me.

Is this correct? Do you have a better suggestion?

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"See also" would probably be better served as a heading for a set of other options after the main article e.g. on Wikipedia on an article about a particular car, you might observe a 'See also:' subheading, followed by a list of similar cars. Given you have multiple fields, if you can change the design, you could add this 'See also' heading (or a 'Read more about' heading) to the top of the section containing all your links. e.g.

See also/Read more about:

Our Case Processing Times

Our Related Work

etc etc

Alternately, I would opt for just writing the links as purely descriptive of their content 'Our case processing times', 'Our clients', 'Our related work' etc.

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Alternatively, you can use "explore", "learn more" and as pointed out "see also" etc.

Another phrase for "case processing time" can be -

You can read about our turnaround time for cases.

  • In general, turnaround time means the amount of time taken to fulfill a request. (Wikipedia)

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