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I want to send an email to someone to provide me a report for a full working day, however, I want him to send the report for each hour, for example, a report from 8 till 9, from 9 till 10... so how to say this in a proper email?

Dear X, Please send me the report of yesterday with an interval of 1 hour?

or

Dear X, Please send me the report of yesterday but separated with 1 hour?

Is there a better rephrasing or word for that?

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    Please send me a report for yesterday detailing what was done each hour. – Jim Sep 27 at 6:13
  • “separated” makes me think you want me to send reports an hour apart, because getting multiple reports at once would be stressful for you. – Anton Sherwood Sep 27 at 22:18
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I'd say the report is to be "broken down by hour."

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Consider separating the two parts of your request into two separate sentences. 1) Please send me a report of your activities yesterday. 2) In your report account for each hour of work. Or similar.

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You mean you want him to send you yesterday's report with "hourly" details for the full working day.

Dear X,

Please send me yesterday's report with hourly details for the full working day.

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You can also say, please send me reports in “hourly intervals”.

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Dear X,
Please send me a report detailing each hour of work yesterday.

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