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2016 has been an exciting year for MadCap Software! In the past year, we’ve seen product launches such as MadCap Central, new releases and updates to MadCap Flare, and the annual MadWorld Conference. And not to mention, our MadBlog has been filled with insights from our customers, consultants and MadCap employees. They have a lot of expertise to share, and the MadBlog is a great way to feature their experiences and best practices. While we’ve had a number of great posts, we’ve narrowed it down to a list of 10 of the most viewed blog posts from the past year. Take a look!

Jennifer Morse, Product Evangelist, delves into the new features of MadCap Flare 12, with enhancements designed to help customers modernize their documentation workflow.

Maxwell Hoffmann, an industry veteran with more than 20 years in technical writing, details his journey towards topic-based authoring. This was the intro to a five-part series on modern content development.

Ed Marshall, Technical Writer, details the 5 common questions that technical writers come across when writing API documentation.

Ever wanted to create a professional-looking brochure or product foldout as part of your documentation set? Paul Stoecklein, Documentation Manager, gives a tutorial on how this can be done with MadCap Flare.

Newcomers and veterans alike are always discovering something new with MadCap Flare! Jennifer Morse gives her favorite features of Flare 12.

Paul Stoecklein gives a quick guide on how to use thumbnail images in your documentation. Use them to enhance your online outputs!

Should you translate your MadCap Flare project, or can you translate your output files instead? Carl Christensen, Software Engineer, gives his thoughts.

One of the great new features of MadCap Flare 12 is the multilingual output feature, giving user the option to publish multiple languages from a single target. Mike McDermott, Translation Manager, gives an overview of the new feature.

No need for an extensive technical background to write and manage content within Flare. Justin Bondoc, Product Specialist, lets you know why you shouldn’t let your fear of CSS hold you back from creating great documentation.

Jason Vezza, Technical Writer, gives his best practices for importing FrameMaker documentation into Flare.

Want to share your experiences with MadCap Flare? Or maybe you have some technical writing and authoring best practices to share with the Flare community? Feel free to shoot me an email at!