What Else Should I Do When Resigning? First, out of respect and common courtesy, you would ideally tell your manager in person that you are resigning. If you can't wait for that or work remotely or some other complication prevents that, the telephone is the next best option. You can choose to follow up or accompany that discussion with a formal letter of resignation afterwards, but it would be a rare workplace that would require that formality.
Breaking up is hard to do, but pouring your heart out on paper is rather awkward. There is really no need for any other information in your resignation letter (including a reason __ which is completely optional). No effusive template and formatting effort is required. This is not a letter that is going to be hanging on anyone's wall, and it probably won't even be filed away!