I really like the watched words functionality.
However, I’ve stumbled upon a possible use case in which they on the one hand do what I expect, but a hidden risk is opened on the other hand.
Here’s my use case:
My company is working with customers whose names cannot be made public. So I’d like to implement something to “protect” my colleagues of mentioning those names in public discussions by accident.
So I could enter those names in the watched words, and people get warned in discussions - all fine, right?.
But: if some public user (so not a direct colleague) at some time by random occasion types in a customer’s name, they also get warned and thereby can maybe deduce a collaboration between us and that customer.
A solution to this could be restricting the watched words to a certain group of users.
Is that maybe possible somehow?
I’d be very happy for any tips or hints!