In CiviCRM currently, if a Membership Type has Membership records in CiviCRM there is no way in the CiviCRM administration interface to change the Relationship Types that will be used to inherit this membership. This is problematic when your membership structure changes and you need to add or change the Relationship Types used for membership inheritance. This type of change can be implemented using direct database queries or API calls, however this is time-consuming, costly and potentially problematic to implement correctly. This issue has been raised and discussed on the CiviCRM Stack Exchange see https://civicrm.stackexchange.com/questions/14497/need-to-change-membership-inheritance
Introducing the new CiviCRM extension, Membership Relationship Type Editor for...Read more
INTRODUCING MEMBERSHIP EXTRAS!
Over the past 12 months the team at Compucorp have been working super hard on a major leap for the CiviCRM membership module. We have a new suite of extensions and modules that will shortly be available to download from the CiviCRM website (you can download the beta from github now!). These include:Read more
It's time to take your CiviCRM skills to the next level! Join us for two days of intensive hands-on learning, individual attention from CiviCRM experts and networking with nonprofit peers.
Dig into the most popular components of CiviCRM with the guidance of experienced trainers.
Learn and practice on an actual database: we give each trainee their own CiviCRM site to work on.
Ask questions: you'll have plenty of opportunities.
Get an early-bird discount if you register by March 12.
We will cover all the most commonly-used core components of CiviCRM. This is your chance to become familiar with parts of Civi that you were curious about but haven't ventured into. You may also pick up better ways to accomplish the tasks you already do in Civi!
First meetup of 2019, a workshop style session discussing challenges submitted by attendees in advance.
This session will focus on 'Membership' - we invite participants to 'lead' on a topic, and share your experiences with the group. Suggested topics from the following items across the event lifecycle:
- Setting up Memberships
- Membership Type and Term
- Pricing and Price sets
- Individuals vs Organisations, and using relationship
- Membership Contribution pages, using profiles, payment processing
- using webforms for Memberships
- email - bulk emailing members and using Smart Groups
- email - sending scheduled reminders
- Membership and CMS integration - Syncing members with roles
- uploading membership or contribution data
- analytics - membership reporting
Feel free to propose other agenda items to this meetup, perhaps some current issues you...Read more
Tadpole has been working with Andrei Mondoc, the developer of CFC, to extend the availability of processors to support memberships. Since memberships typically use Price Sets, this work also allows for Donations that use Price Sets and Line Items within a contribution page. This work was supported by the Seismological Society of America, whose membership structure includes special subscriptions options and access to gated content based on their Membership Type. (For a more detailed description of the SSA project, see this case study).
The following processors were required to accomplish the goal: Membership, Line Item, and Order. These new processors allow us to (1) create a form for each Member Type (e.g., Regular, Student, Life), (2) present the respective subscription options and (3) update Member...Read more
I had always been thinking of developing a mobile app for CiviCRM and in the process of achieving the same, I have released an initial version of my mobile app just for Android named as SMARTCIVI.
What is Smartcivi?
Smartcivi is an Android mobile application for CiviCRM which is used for displaying CiviCRM content in Mobile Application – For now smartcivi is just a read only application.
In this version of SmartCivi you will have the following option listing a basic information of CiviCRM Data in the following.
- Login Page
Login Page: Allows you to get connected with your CiviCRM website using the below details
- Site URL: Absolute path of your CiviCRM location.
- Site Key:...
Aloha, everyone! As you all know, CiviCRM is shipped with a lot of useful report templates for each CiviCRM entities. You can use these templates to create difference report instances to interrogate your data.
However, if you are report geeks like us, you might sometimes find that the existing templates don’t quite give you the flexibility you need. There is the excellent extended reports extension which you should definitely check out here; but if you are trying to do something a bit more complex; or looking for a graphical output then your may still be exporting your data into Excel or Google sheets to do more analysis…
The CiviCRM Pivot Report extension intends to change all...Read more
We are thinking about creating a native CiviCRM extension Someone Else Pays.
In CiviCRM you could use the soft credits (with a new soft credit type) to register another contact pay for an event registration, a membership and in theory any contribution. Our customer Domus Medica is using that at the moment. We encounter some issues though. Some of the issues are possibly bugs but some are also because we think soft credits is originally not meant to cater for this. It was meant to cater for soft credits. So we prefer to create an extension rather than fix a few issues in a hackish way and then finding out we have some more.
At this point in time our thinking would be to:
- generate a new table (sep_contribution_payer) where the contribution_id and the paying contact_id are stored if there is a different payer
- add a new collapse window on the contribution forms (also membership and...
Have you ever wondered whether those Event or Membership Reminders actually get delivered?
And what about those automatic Receipts that go out? Ever wished you could see what the heck was actually being sent?
With the help of funding from Agileware (Canberra, Australia), several Fuzion clients, and Fuzion's own contribution, we have put a couple of our extensions in to a single bundle to bring these goodies to a wider audience.
By default CiviCRM only performs bounce handling when sending via CiviMail, but not when sending transactional emails such as scheduled reminders, event registrations, contribution receipts and the like. This extension addresses that limitation.
How is this happening?
This extension creates a pseudo-...Read more
In CiviCRM you can configure a membership to auto-renew, provide the option
or not auto-renew. However, this was not used for the self-signup contribution pages.
Well, from 4.7.19 it is respected and you can easily create membership contribution pages which force auto-renew. (See CRM-20375).
If the membership is set to mandatory auto-renew you will see a message "Membership will renew automatically" where the checkbox used to be. Optional will show a checkbox while no auto-renew will hide it altogether.