Top 10 Blog Posts from 2019

This is a look back at what posts had the most views during 2019. I believe it’s the 3rd year I’ve done this and it is always interesting what old posts continue to be relevant (or at least “hit” via search). The first year I did this, only 4 posts from that year made the top 10, and last year 7 of my 2018 posts hit the top 10. This year 6 posts from 2019 made the top 10… and once again, a post from 2011 made the list.

Here are my top 10 blog posts from 2019 and where they ranked last year, if they are from prior years:

  1. Changing Password Managers (Feb 2019) – this has 2x the views of any other post but that is mostly due to what I call the Troy Hunt effect. He retweeted my post and I had my 15 minutes of fame. šŸ™‚
  2. Restore Issue on GP 2015 (Aug 2015 – #1 the last 2 years)
  3. Dynamics GP & Office 365 (June 2019)
  4. What the MVP NDA means to me (March 2018 – unranked last year)
  5. Canadian Payroll ROE Fields demystified (Aug 2011 – #3 last year)
  6. SmartList Options (Feb 2019)
  7. GP Next aka What’s in a Name (Sept 2019)
  8. SSRS 2016 Report Builder Permissions (July 2018 – unranked last year)
  9. Additional Menu in GP windows (Feb 2019)
  10. When did the G/L Account get added? (Feb 2019)

2 thoughts on “Top 10 Blog Posts from 2019

  1. Reply
    Beat - January 1, 2020

    Thank you Jen for your 2019 recap of the top 10 most read posts.
    Thank you also for your 2020 New Year’s resolutions, to which we can’t seem to comment (yet) šŸ™‚
    You did a great job in the community in 2019 and I hope we’ll continue reading usefull blog posts on a regular basis. Good luck for 2020 and hope to see you sometime this year (Fargo ?).
    B@

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      Jen Kuntz - January 1, 2020

      Thanks & thanks for the heads up on the no-comments on today’s post, I’m not sure how that got set to off.

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