# Why, in titration, is universal indicator not commonly used?

My teacher said that we always used indicators such as methyl red, methyl orange, litmus, phenolphthalein, etc. rather than universal indicator. I don't understand why, though, would not universal indicator serve the same function, but for essentially all titrations rather than select few?

Now if you want to titrate to a certain pH-Value, it is easier to have an indicator like phenolphtalein that changes from colorless to a color at a certain point (phenolphtalein being colorless from 0 to 8 and red for $< 0$).