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When mentioning time period, is it correct to use the phrase "now onwards"? can we use 'onwards' after 'now'? or should we use only 'now on'?

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The idiomatic expression is "from now on". As this ngram shows, 'from now onwards' has been used very rarely in comparison.

Example:

We will do this from now on.

Other similar expressions include:

  • We will do this in future.
  • We will do this from now on.

There is also an expression "going forward" (eg "we will do this going forward") but this is disliked by many as it is considered a meaningless corporate buzzphrase.

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  • Thank you so much! That was a great learning! Jan 4, 2021 at 8:26

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