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When I read a Confluence page I naturally first look at the Estimated Read Time to see what to expect. It's just habit now. Of course, I also consider the type of page I've clicked into - I have different expectations for a blog vs process page vs broad communication page, etc.
So, I'm curious if folks monitor their Read Time when they are creating content and edit to accommodate for more engagement (with the assumption that a tighter/shorter Read Time helps)? Or do you create your page and the Read Time length is what it is?