I like collecting UX writing samples and thinking about what I might change.
Here's a notification from Gmail I saw in May 2017:
I assume it was intentional to misspell embarrassing in the first line? It's quite a subtle communication of the benefit—I nearly missed it.
"sec" instead of second seems odd, considering the available space
Not sure the quotation marks or hyphen make sense in "un-send"
Users have to make a decision at "Try it?" (where they can’t act on it) and at the buttons below
“Yes” and “Now” are unnecessary in the right-hand CTA
Here's another Gmail notification, from July 2017:
The CTA, "I Don't Want Smarter Email" makes me feel bad for not making the "Yes, I Want It" choice
I saw this before I realized there's a whole blog dedicated to confirm shaming!
Something from Facebook in July 2018:
"We'd Like To Do Better" is hard to read in Title Case
This question doesn't lend itself to a simple agree/disagree answer
How will Facebook have enough context to use this information?