follow-up feedback

peterq

Member
Chinese
Hi All!

Is it correct to say "follow-up feedback" when we talk about the feedback after a previous feedback?

For instance:
I provided some suggestions for Peter. He not only made great improvements but also asked for my follow-up feedback to confirm his progress.
 
  • Chez

    Senior Member
    English English
    It is OK and would be understood, but is not a common phrase – it sounds too complicated, too many management buzz-words.

    You could use: he also asked for further feedback to confirm his progress.
     

    peterq

    Member
    Chinese
    Dear All above,

    Thank you sooooo much for telling me this is a redundant phrase! Your suggestions are very helpful!
     
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