So after a couple of interview rounds with this company, the hiring manager sent me a rather standard rejection email saying that they found a candidate who is more suitable for the job.
The email didn't mention the possibility of applying again in the future, should other suitable positions become available. There are other companies that do include this sentence in their rejection emails (similar to this post).
Is this a sign that I shouldn't apply again (either to the company or to this specific team)?
Does it make sense to explicitly ask about this (like saying please keep me in mind and the like)? TBH, I didn't do it, out of disappointment I guess, but just checking if it would've been worth trying.
Edit: Thanks everyone for your feedback! I guess I got an indirect answer to my question, since I noticed the company advertized the exact same job, just a few days after the rejection. So, I guess I did raise some red flag and that they'd rather restart the process again than to select my application. I guess it's very unlikely that their "hypothetical" selected candidate turned the offer this quickly. In any case, lesson lerant. Thanks again for the provided tips!