Okay in popular UK we
say "use" as in a group of people.
It's still spelled incorrectly. The plural of "you" is "you"
From Oxford Dictionary online
second person sing.
1 used to refer to the person or people that the speaker is addressing. 2 used to refer to the person being addressed together with other people regarded in the same class. 3 used to refer to any person in general.
— ORIGIN Old English.use
/yooz/ 1 take, hold, or deploy as a means of achieving something. 2 (use up) consume or expend the whole of. 3 treat in a particular way. 4 exploit unfairly. 5 /yoost/ (used to) did repeatedly or existed in the past. 6 /yoost/ (be/get used to) be or become familiar with through experience. 7 informal take (an illegal drug).
/yooss/ 1 the action of using or the state of being used. 2 the ability or power to exercise or manipulate something: he lost the use of his legs. 3 a purpose for or way in which something can be used. 4 value; advantage.
— PHRASES have no use for informal dislike or be impatient with. make use of use.
— ORIGIN Old French user, from Latin uti.