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If there's one thing this lockdown has ensured the world over, it's giving people a chance to Rewind and Replay. Be it replaying popular TV shows from our early days to revisiting our family photo archives, almost every one that I have had a chance to talk to during this time has spent some time going back and visiting old, popular, interesting content.
At home, my kids have started watching TV shows that I have watched as a child, and surprisingly for me, they seem to enjoy the classics just as I did! Just before the lockdown was announced for us, my younger one had exhausted reading all the books in his library, so he wanted to read some new ones. But getting new books delivered hasn't been possible for the last two months. He had to go back to some of his old favorites and he seems to be enjoying them the same when reading them again.
Given that this looks like the time to Rewind and Replay, I thought it was probably appropriate to list down our Most Viewed Virtuosity and Virtuoso Video Diary Blogs over the last few years. If you haven't had a chance to read these before, you're very likely to want to do that now.
Let me leave you with that list for now. Soon, we will be presenting another interesting blog under our Usability Enhancements mini series. Do stay tuned for this monthly series that features new and exciting Virtuoso UI enhancements to make your design tasks with Virtuoso even more productive and efficient.
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- Rishu Misri Jaggi