I mean, why would you?
OK, sometimes there’s a good reason to keep it private. But unless you find one, the rule of thumb should be to send the message to the broadest group of people involved.
What is the message about?
A lot of messages fall into those categories, and people are shy about it. Why do they hesitate? I think it’s because they don’t want to be considered spammers. Some people might not like being “spammed”, but:
Are there any other disadventages?
I can find a number of profits, though:
For the sake of communication — be alergic to private messages.
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