Idiom:  keep someone posted

Meaning 

Idiom:  keep someone posted

  • to update or tell someone whatever new is happening about a situation


Example sentences

— We have submitted his application for naturalization and our attorney will keep us posted on everything related to the immigration process.

— Please keep your mother and I posted during your trip and send us text messages each time you travel to a new city.

— I will keep everyone posted about the event through Twitter and Facebook.

— We need someone to keep us posted on the status of enrollments. Any volunteers?

— I prefer driving using the Waze App because it keeps me posted on traffic delays.

— My son would be very interested in working here. Can you keep me posted on any future job openings?

— Did you know you can set up Google Alerts that will keep you posted on new results that match the topic you search on?

— Could you keep us posted on new home listings in the Kentlands development?

— I'll keep you posted during our drive up so you'll know exactly when we'll arrive.

— Our social media manager will keep us posted on any mentions of our company in the news or online.

— If Jason had only kept us posted on his travels around, I could have given him my free frequently flyer and hotel rewards points.


Synonyms

  • let someone know
  • keep someone up to date
  • report back


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