Recommend replacement for `mutate_all()` in >= dplyr v1.1.0

When mutate_all() was soft deprecated, my understanding was that the recommended replacement was to use across(.cols = everything(), ...) inside a mutate() command, e.g.

mutate_all(mtcars, .funs = round)


mutate(mtcars, across(.cols = everything(), .fns = round))

With the recent deprecation of everything() being the default value for .cols in across(), I get a sense that maybe that is not expected usage? Is that still the currently recommended replacement, or is there something else?

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No, i think the message is that its expected you would be explicit when you want the cols to be everything()

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