I've come across the word "learnings" twice recently -
Stripe - "Running an online business is a difficult endeavor. Stripe Elements let you take advantage of Stripe’s collective learnings in security and building/optimizing checkout experiences so that you can focus on your product."
Microsoft - "In this post, I will cover: [..] * Key Learnings"
It seems to me that the word "learnings" can be replaced with "knowledge" (in the first case) or "lessons" (in the second case) with a clearer meaning. Is there some additional nuance conveyed by the word "learnings"? Is there a situation where the "learnings" conveys intent better than the alternatives?
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My personal impression is that the modern use sounds like annoying business jargon or non-native speaker use, and I would not use it myself.