my manager send me an email asking me to create two documents.

i create them in two days.

i send her these documents and she replied to me Keep it up

what did she mean?

does she imply that i should have done them faster?

does she imply that i have to keep awake for my mistakes?

or something else?
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    Not 100% sure, but I think she meant "keep up the good work", which is a way to compliment you. – Damkerng T. Nov 23 '13 at 13:03

Keep it up is used to encourage someone to continue doing something:

"You're doing very well everybody. Keep it up!"

Source: http://dictionary.cambridge.org/dictionary/british/keep-it-up

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