What does RFC stand for online?

Request for comment

RFC is a way to let users know that you want comments, suggestions, or other feedback. People often use it when sharing content they have created, such as written work, a video, or a piece of art.

You will most likely see RFC in contexts where people seek collaboration, such as emails or online forums. For example, you may attach an essay you authored to an email message and send it to a class peer for review with RFC in the email. Or, you might post an opinion in a forum and want to hear others' perspectives.


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Updated May 9, 2022

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