Please explain me the meaning of "just so you know" and give some examples of using this phrase.
What is the difference between "just so you know" and "for your information"?
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Just so you know meaning
A phrase tacked on to the end of a statement to imply that the information being given is simply a courtesy, when in reality there are specific expectations of you now that you have this information.
What Danielle says to guy she's been seeing: Oh, hey I decativated my profile on the dating website, just so you know.
What Danielle REALLY means: You better take your dang profile off the dating website too....NOW!!!!
PS: There's this thing called Google where you can type in a commonly used phrase and get its meaning and its usage on the very first result, just so you know.