It’s all great that companies have so many ways to communicate, share information, ask and answer questions nowadays. But as it’s often the case, new tools don’t fix old issues.
Like assuming that communication happened just because you have communicated something.
Like expecting an immediate answer to trivial or unimportant questions to placate your anxiety.
Like spreading information left and right with the hope that those who need it will get it and absorb it, while others will forget about it.
Communication is a skill and it needs old-fashioned training, not new tools.