Whatever kind of content a must read posts contains, it’s always considered important information. So naturally, leaders want to know if employees have seen and understood their message. But typical communication methods make it difficult to know not only if employees have seen the news, but also if the message has even been delivered. Most must read messages are distributed by email, which are impossible to track or manage. An emailed must read message could easily be flagged as spam, accidentally overlooked, or actually read by the employee. And unless a leader follows up with every employee, it’ll always be ambiguous. For organizations with primarily frontline workers or employees without company email addresses, managing must read information is even more difficult. Leaders can only reach out by word of mouth or attempt to reach everyone by posting a physical copy of the information.