I'm struggling to find the right way to address my audience in starting of my course description page with a go to the point Summary,

i'm not sure how to express whats in my mind but this is an Example :


Blah Blah Blah, Max two Sentence

Summary : or Bottom Line :

! This is the problem !

i don't think these are the right words !

and things like lets get into it right know or lets get to the point seem childish !

  • I'm sorry, but it's incredibly unclear what your actual question is: can you refine it please? Commented Dec 5, 2018 at 16:44
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    i was looking for something more formal than TLDR and our friend answered it.... BLUF!
    – Arash PV
    Commented Dec 6, 2018 at 16:36

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In business and civil service, this is known as a BLUF (bottom line up front). So you might begin with the bold text BLUF: followed by your summary, but only if you expect your audience to be familiar with this.

It sounds like you're trying to keep things relatively formal, but if you weren't, TL;DR (too long; didn't read) is common in online forums.

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