Just Not Sorry -- the Gmail Plug-in
Inspired by the writings of Tara Mohr and others, this Chrome Extension for Gmail will warn you when you use phrases that might be undermining your message.
The Chrome Extension can be found at https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/just-not-sorry-the-gmail/fmegmibednnlgojepmidhlhpjbppmlci?hl=en-US
Requests to add or change warning phrases
Please create a GitHub issue with your request.
If you're a developer, you're welcome to submit a pull request. Please run the tests before submitting, as they will validate the format of the message.
NOTE: All warning phrases must include a link to an article that explains why the phrase could negatively impact someone's message. If available, please also include alternative wording suggestions from the article.
git clonethe repo
- Follow the instructions on the Chrome docs to load the extension
- Go to Gmail and open a compose window
- If you make changes to the code, click the Reload link on the
chrome://extensionspage and then reload your Gmail tab to pick up the changes.
- Errors will show up in the console
Use JSCS with the AirBnB preset.
Open 'SpecRunner.html' in your web browser to run the test suite.
To Publish a New Version to Chrome Webstore
- Make sure all the tests pass
- Update the version number in
manifest.jsonand commit the change to master. Use semantic versioning to determine how to increment the version number
- Run the
package.shshell script to generate a zip file
- Go to Chrome Developer Dashboard and edit the existing app. Upload the new zip file and then publish the changes (button is at the very bottom)
- Tag the new release in GitHub and include release notes
Just Not Sorry is Copyright © 2015-17 Def Method, Inc. It is free software, and may be redistributed under the terms specified in the (MIT) LICENSE file.