I tell my clients they must put an end to informing each other.
Because inform is a treadmill verb. And like other treadmill verbs, such as report and review, it has no destination. There is no way to know when you are done. It is an open invitation to talk on and on with no particular outcome in mind. It leaves people listening, assuming they are listening at all, for nothing in particular. Thus, it accomplishes little, encourages smart phone tinkering, and leaves most people bored and disengaged.