Chrome: A lack of confidence in your emails can make it hard to set a professional tone, or make important messages seem weak. Just Not Sorry is a simple Gmail plug-in that identifies qualifying words and phrases so you can weed them out. The plug-in, from Cyrus Innovation, warns you whenever it finds phrases like "I think", "just", "I'm no expert", and, of course, "sorry". When the plug-in finds a problem phrase, it underlines it in red as if it was misspelled so you can see it plainly. If you mouse over the word, you'll be given a quote that explains how the phrase is usually perceived and why the it's best avoided in your messages. Sometimes saying sorry is perfectly fine in an email, but saying sorry too much can turn you into a pushover. You can download Just Not Sorry for free at the link below.
Just Not Sorry For Gmail Helps You Write More Confident Emails
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