Can I use "never mind" in response to an apology?

sitifan

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In the above video (beginning at 0:35), the YouTuber tells his audience not to use "never mind" in response to an apology. Do native speakers agree with what he teaches?
 
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Yes.
 
No.

It's saying "You should not be upset", not "I am not upset".
 
It's OK.
Don't worry.
(It's) no biggie.
No worries.

Those all mean (depending on context) that it's a small matter and you shouldn't worry about it.
 
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What exactly is your question now?
 
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