I'm really good at academic writing, and I have a strong Te so they are organized pretty well. Very concise. My papers tend to be on the shorter side initially because everything seems so... obvious. And elaborating would seem so fake and patronizing, imo.
I was often told that my blunt, direct way of communicating comes off as arrogant because I expect people to "catch up with my train of thought". So I always edit in more fluff for wider appeal. But it took time to learn that. I am also criticized of writing from a very detached viewpoint that states the facts and does not try to engage the reader or make emotional appeals. I have yet to decide if that's a positive or negative thing, so I still do it.
On the other hand, my INTP bf never leaves one single detail out. He says in 10 pages what could easily be said in one or two. He speaks like that, as well. I have never once gotten through one single analytical essay he's ever written, and he's a professional writer. But I think his audience is other INTPs.