How can I say something like "It has been saved successfully" in French using a short sentence? I thought about "Votre note a été sauvegardé avec succès", but it's too long I think :/
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Ps: "It has been saved successfully", is it too long? I'm thinking about something like "Saved", but I don't know if it's grammatically correct or polite :/

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Sauvegardé (Saved), Note sauvegardée (Note saved) or Sauvegarde effectuée (Save completed) would all be fine.

I wouldn't add avec succès because telling it was saved already implies the operation was successful.


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