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Which of the following sentences is more accurate?

You may schedule a meeting as per your convenience.

vs

You can schedule a meeting as per your convenience.

Or is there a better sentence to convey the same meaning?

  • In terms of your question regarding "can" and "may" there is an overlap in meaning but the choice may depend on whether any restriction would have been imposed by some sort of regulation or by a physical or technical constraint. However neither sentence is correct because we say "at your convenience" not "as per your convenience". "As per your convenience" sounds very odd. – BoldBen Sep 16 at 8:19