I'm creating some copy describing new web-app features for a number of different audiences (users, managers of sections of the site, owners of sub-sites which use our platform etc.).
I'm finding myself using 'users' constantly:
"Users will now be able to..."
"...opens up the creation of $feature to users..."
"...excited to see the creative ways our users will..."
I'm getting sick of the word. It feels ugly to me, and a bit jargony, and sort of unfriendly.
Any good alternatives?
In some cases I can replace 'users' with 'you'. But for two of these pieces, I'm addressing audiences who wont be using the features themselves, so the second person wont be appropriate.