How do you say no worries professionally?
No Problem Synonyms
- You’re welcome (Formal)
- Sure thing (Informal)
- No worries (Informal)
- Cool (Informal)
- It’s all gravy (Informal)
- It’s all right (Informal)
- Certainly (Formal)
- Of course (Formal)
Can I say no worries to my boss?
The goal of a boss conversation is not always relaying information, but sometimes to build rapport with your colleagues. And in that case, a casual “No worries” can introduce unwanted questions about your colleague’s performance.
How do you say OK in other words?
What is another word for it’s ok?
|think nothing of it||you’re welcome, and here’s a dollar|
|that’s OK||don’t mention it|
|it’s my pleasure||that’s all right|
|no probs||no problemo|
Is noted with thanks rude?
There’s nothing automatically or intrinsically wrong with “noted with thanks.” The words themselves aren’t impolite, but – like a lot of other phrases – it can come across as impolite if used improperly and it sounds sarcastic or ironic, or if it sounds abrupt.
What should you say instead of No worries?
- forget it.
- it’s nothing.
- my pleasure.
- no problem.
- no worries.
- not at all.
- you are welcome.
How do you reply instead of OK?
Synonyms & Antonyms of OK
- all right,
- (also copasetic or copesetic),
What is the best reply for OK?
Case 1 “it’s okay to give late replies. Save your self respect.” Note : It is not a generalized answer. You can do whatever you want to do at that instant…..
- I’m better than I was, but not nearly as good as I’m going to be.
- I think I’m doing OK.
- I can’t complain, but sometimes I still do.
- I am blessed!