I am designing an app and there is a part where the users can post some content to a specific group of people.
I have a placeholder prompt on the screen that I say "Tap here and type your post. People in group X will be able to see it". Now, I want to replace "will be able to" with a single word (without losing its meaning) if possible. I've seen "will be able to" vs. "can" and considered using can but "can" also includes the present. If I use "can", it might misguide the user that the content will be available immediately to group X before they actually hit the post button. I need to ensure that the message is clear: the user will type their post and when they post it, group X will have access to it (but I can't say "will see it" because they might not necessarily open the app and read it).
In that manner, is there any single word that I can use in the blank space in the following sentence (or something similar):
"Tap here and type your post. Group X ______ see it."