While I've rattled up whitetail bucks, I've never tried other calling methods.
While I understand the usefulness of various scents and calls, I'm too much of the Old School of hunting to regard them as part of Fair Chase.
If the brush is not too thick, and there is enough topographic relief to be able to see down into brushy flats from above, I prefer to walk and look and take my chances...
I guess if you're hunting is in an area where it's sit in a stand or forget it, using whitetail doe scent to mask your own smelly bod wouldn't upset other types of deer--it's part of their world, already. As for calls, yo no se.