Handling that task
Can you cook dinner tonight? I'm so exhausted ...
Totally! I'm on it. : )
|ASAP||As soon as possible|
|AYDY||Are you done yet?|
|ASAYC||As soon as you can|
|CID||Consider it done|
|You got it||For sure|
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On it means "taking care of that task." Someone might tell you they're "on it" after you ask them to generate an expense report, walk the dog, or vacuum the living room.
"On it" conveys that the sender is actively working on the task you're discussing with them. If you need the person to complete the task right away, you can tell them to get it done ASAP. If the person has yet to tell you they completed the task, you can send AYDY to ask whether they've finished.