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Sleep On It = sentiment analysis for Gmail

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Have you ever sent an email and regretted it? Sleep On It uses sentiment analysis to block you from sending out angry emails.

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Description from store Have you ever sent an email and regretted it? I've sent many in my time and immediately wished I hadn't. The purpose of email is to communicate the facts not discuss emotionally laden topics like performance issues. What I find though is that when I'm angry, I forget about all the advice from business communication gurus. I hit the send button and ignore that little voice telling me 'Maybe you should have another think about that'. Sleep On It is designed to turn that little voice into a foghorn. It will use sentiment analysis technology to quickly scan your email when you press send. If it detects excessive levels of emotion, it will block the sending process and pop up a dialog: "Are you sure you want to send this? You sound pretty annoyed. Maybe a phone call would be better." My goal with this project is to reduce workplace conflict. There's nothing worse than getting an angry email. Unlike a phone call or face to face, the other person doesn't get the opportunity to see your reaction. I would never say the things I have written via email in a face to face meeting but something about the Gmail interface shuts down my empathy sensors. The recipient becomes an isolated object rather than a human with emotions. If you've ever sent an email you regret, sign up for Sleep On It and stop your angry self from saying things your logical self would regret. Sleep On It is a gmail extension that starts work when you press send. It quickly scans the email body for tone and if it detects any anger, it will immediately stop the email send process and ask you to confirm you really want to proceed.

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  • (2021-03-27, v:1.14.11) Arun Srini: Excellent
    Hi Excellent work, we are trying to develop a chrome extension similar to the way you have created. Could you help with implementation? Is that a java script? cheers


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2016-01-30 / 1.14.11
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