Here are the four most popular posts from the Cersys Blog during the second quarter of 2012. As in earlier top-ten lists, pages are excluded from these rankings. Only those posts are counted where someone actually expanded the full article. If just the top section was viewed in the main page or search results, that doesn’t count towards its ranking.
The top post types were the perennial favorites: design-training & and troubleshooting. In both cases, one post from the current quarter made it into the top four.
- FileSite 8.5 and Outlook 2010 – worth the upgrade – The newest and most popular design post, I suspect this post about the 8.5 Save Attachments option got a major boost in visits due to twitter followers.
- WorkSite 8.5 icons – The Usual Suspects – created this year, on February 14th. I suspect the table with “Icon <> is the <> which will hold <>” is landing in many law firms’ training material!
- Folder Features added to WorkSite Desktop Clients with 8.5 SP3 – a post accented by one of the odder pieces of Original Cersys Art: a cornucopia overflowing with folders and workspaces.
- WorkSite databases – where and wherefore – design information for the administrator. Few others will care to know about System DSNs.
- iManage Missing Pieces – desktop troubleshooting & FileSite fails to show – the linkage with zombies is tenuous, but no one has complained.
- Outlook crashes on launch? Maybe tangled NETs – yet another situation in which FileSite and Outlook are the innocent victims of some other function’s misbehaving components. In this case, the scoundrel is .NET.
- Refresh? How long? | FileSite close-up – The number of serious problems related to refresh appears to be dwindling. Reportedly iManage has been fine-tuning the refresh logic in ongoing updates.
- View perspective: Outlook 2010 and FileSite – this newest troubleshooting post was inspired by popular search terms in early June 2012.
(90-day stats retrieved June 27th, 2012)