Press to Close the Elevator Doors
Another in line with the “stand to the side” tip from a few weeks back: common sense, and still deserving of more attention. If you’re standing by the elevator buttons in an elevator, it is your unofficial job to push the “close” button when everyone is in the elevator or someone just gets off on a floor—at least if the door doesn’t close immediately. Some elevator doors are programmed to not close for 30 seconds and that’s just wasted time—especially if you make multiple stops.
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