Recommended read: Gender-Neutral Language in the Workplace: an Example from Hotjar | Hotjar Blog https://www.hotjar.com/blog/gender-inclusive-language-workplace/#how-the-x27guys-jarx27-challenge-worked
Many people I know find it exclusive, even when it's clearly not meant that way, but still doesn't sound great ie "well done to the guys in that team". Even if you and your team treat it as a gender-neutral term, it's not gonna be seen the way outside of your group so it's always better to avoid it
This is another post you really need to read, if you haven't already, as it makes you really think about the way you communicate.
I know a lot of people who use the term 'you guys' as a gender-neutral term, but after reading this article it really helps persuade you that the term is actually not as inclusive as you think.
For a couple of years now I've been making an effort to use gender-neutral ways to address groups, and I hope after reading this you will too.
Recommended read: You Guys https://www.xaprb.com/blog/you-guys/