Cc vs. Bcc
In the current era, Email is one of the best and most preferred modes of communication for both small and large organizations. The term Cc (Carbon Copy) and Bcc (Blind Carbon Copy) are used in the Email to securely send and receive the information via Email.
What is Cc
Cc stands for Carbon Copy. It is used in the Email to send the carbon copies of the Email to the recipients. In Cc, all recipients are able to see a list of all other recipients.
Example: If you Cc firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com on the Email, both Mark and John know that others (Mark or John) receive the same Email from the sender.
When we use Cc
There are the following specific uses for Cc -
What is Bcc
Bcc stands for Blind Carbon Copy, which is similar to Cc. It is also used to send the carbon copies of email to the multiple recipients without seeing a list of recipients.
Example: If you Bcc firstname.lastname@example.org and John@gmail.com on email, then neither Mark nor John will know that others receive the same email from the sender.
When we use Bcc?
There are the following uses of Bcc -
Difference between Cc and Bcc
Both Cc and Bcc fields are used to send a carbon copy of emails to multiple recipients. Cc and Bcc appear next to the "To" field: when you send an email. Cc and Bcc are included in the email to send the same email to more recipients at the same time.
The below table shows the difference between Cc and Bcc -