Top 5 One Legal posts in 2015

It’s that time of year again, folks! Time to reflect back on the year that has just passed, consider what worked (and those bits that didn’t…) and to really get moving on planning for the year ahead.

During 2015, we’ve been working hard this year to use the One Legal blog to bring you posts that are genuinely insightful, interesting, and full of useful advice. We hope that you’ve noticed the uptick in the frequency of our posts over the past few months and that you’ve enjoyed some of the content.

Of the dozens of posts published this year, we’ve pulled together the top One Legal posts  in terms of unique page views. Some were super popular over a short time period — getting shared hundreds of times on Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn — while others were slow burners, generating lots of hits consistently week in, week out.

We’re constantly striving to improve the blog, to make it more relevant and more useful to you. What topics do you want us to write about in 2016? I’d love to hear from you via the comments!

#1. 7 Microsoft Outlook quick tricks all legal professionals should know

Our most popular post of the year, by a whisker, summarized some of the neatest tips and tricks for getting more out of a piece of software you probably use every day: Microsoft Outlook. From detailing how to use the incredibly useful, but well hidden, date calculator to tips for improving the efficiency of your inbox searches, this post clearly resonated with many of you.

#2. What does the future hold for court filing in California?

California, like many states, is rapidly moving towards electronic court filing. California, though, is moving in a piecemeal fashion, with some courts moving much faster than others. To help you see through the fog, we set out just exactly what is going on with eFiling in California.

#3. 7 Adobe Acrobat hacks that will make legal professionals’ lives easier

Adobe Acrobat, like Outlook, is a program that most of you probably use almost daily. As many law offices move towards paperless ways of working, it’s rapidly becoming indispensable. In this post, we looked at some of the cool new features in the latest version of Acrobat as well as some tried and tested ways you can use the software to save time and reduce errors.  

#4. 5 tactics to manage your law office more efficiently (hint: they’re all possible with your One Legal account)

While we try to write about a broad range of subjects, we sometimes use the blog to discuss the One Legal platform and how you can save time and reduce risk in your office by using our services. In this post we looked at five of the most popular tactics for improving efficiency via One Legal — from the ability to add on process serving as you file, to our easy-to-add courtesy copy delivery.

#5. What you need to know about eService in California’s superior courts

As more courts move to eFiling electronic service of documents to the other parties is becoming more widely accepted. What many people don’t realize, however, is that you can benefit from eService in all California courts — whether they’re eFiling or still physical filing. This post gave you all the information you needed to get started with eService.

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