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Well, just like that another month is done and dusted! With that in mind, it's time to take a look back at WHMCS.Community during March 2019, highlighting some of the most popular content during the month, asking for your feedback and giving a sneak peek of whats ahead for the community. Feel free to reply to the thread with any questions you have! @WHMCS ChrisD WHMCS.Community Manager WHMCS.Community March 2019 Statistics at a glance: 338 new members joined WHMCS.Community 413 new topics where created 1,646 replies were crafted by WHMCS.Community Members WHMCS.Community Leaderboard Taking our first place on our community with a whopping 56 points in our community GearHead @brian! joining him on the board is @Shivansh with 33 points and @steven99 coming in third with 31 points. Thank you to everyone that contributed quality content to the community in March. Our leaderboard is an important part of WHMCS.Community we use it to highlight the top contributors of our community, promoting quality content that helps all WHMCS Users. Over the next few months, reactions, the leaderboard, your posts and replies will begin to have more of an impact on your rank in WHMCS.Community as we begin to identify and roll out a new ranking structure on the community. On our Blog - File Asset Storage with Amazon S3 Version 7.7 saw the introduction of new features and functionality designed to provide more control over the store of file assets. This blog discusses the new AWS S3 Storage feature in WHMCS 7.7. Check it out here! Popular Content from March The future of WHMCS.Community WHMCS.Community is your community, we want to help ensure we deliver a useful, informative, engaging community for our users and we'd like to hear what you'd like to see on the community, what we're doing well, what's not working so well and anything else you can think of related specifically to WHMCS.Community. Let us know in a reply below or if you'd prefer to provide private feedback you can do so in the WHMCS.Community Assistance board. Thanks for reading! That's the WHMCS.Community Wrapup for March 2019! As always the WHMCS.Community Moderation team are here to assist you please feel free to make a post in the WHMCS.Community Assistance board for private one-to-one discussions or post if you'd like a public discussion please feel free to post in the Feedback board