for anyone who publishes

Nourasal

Senior Member
Arabic
Hi,

The guide identifies good practices for anyone who publishes or creates campaigns on these platforms, such as web developers and community managers.

Is it correct to say " for anyone who publishes"? Or should I say " for every person who publishes"?

Thanks,
 
  • Uncle Jack

    Senior Member
    British English
    You presumably want everyone to follow the good practices, so I would use "everyone" rather than "anyone". There is no need to use "every person".
     
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