Greetings from Montréal!
We have officially released CDN Tax Receipts extension 1.4.0 for 4.6 / 4.7 : https://civicrm.org/extensions/cdn-tax-receipts
- single, aggregate and annual receipting
- one-off and bulk receipting
- email and print methods
- default layout (logo, watermark, authorized signature) and press-ready PDF template options - detailed reporting (receipts issued; contributions eligible but receipts not yet issued)
- uses non-deductible amount field
- uses financial_type -> is_deductible settings
- works for lineItems
- hooks: hook_cdntaxreceipts_eligible(); hook_cdntaxreceipts_eligibleAmount(); hook_cdntaxreceipts_writeReceipt();
- email tracked opening feature
We have worked with (and continue to work with) a BDO Tax Partner who has strong ties to...Read more
Ginkgo Street Labs is pleased to announce the availability of CiviVolunteer 2.2.2 for CiviCRM 4.7.21 and above. Site administrators maintaining an older version of CiviCRM should upgrade core before upgrading CiviVolunteer.
This release includes five bugfixes. The most substantial of these is VOL-310, which arose from changes introduced to CiviCRM core's Angular integration in version 4.7.21 and which resulted in a more or less complete breakage of the extension. Thanks to Bob Silvern for bug reports and patch testing; Travis Megee and Eric Goldhagen for patch testing; Agileware for patch testing, contributed code, and funding; Eileen McNaughton, Fuzion, and Tadpole Collective for funding; and Tim Otten for providing various technical signposts.
This is important...Read more
At Wanna Pixel, Inc., we have been excited about Mosaico, a drag-n-drop email builder native to CiviCRM, for quite awhile. Most designers and nonprofit staff alike have struggled to use the CiviCRM mailing feature to create responsive email campaigns. Three years ago, I wrote an article about the responsive template I created for CiviCRM users, hoping to help ease this struggle.
Before Mosaico, there were two options for email building when using CiviCRM.
- Use responsive html templates and spend hours editing them whenever you wanted to make a change.
- Integrate with MailChimp and lose some data and token access. ...
I'm please to announce the release of a new Smart Debit extension for CiviCRM 4.7.
The new extension is based on the vedaconsulting (https://vedaconsulting.co.uk) extensions for previous releases of CiviCRM but is rewritten and includes a number of new features and enhancements. Development and Testing has been funded by Circle Interactive (https://circle-interactive.co.uk) and implemented by MJW Consulting (https://www.mjwconsult.co.uk).
The new extension includes the following features and enhancements:
- Integrated reconciliation functionality - useful when smart debit and civicrm are not in sync (for example, you've been using smart debit before you integrated it with CiviCRM).
- Easy to use settings page with context help.
- Automated daily synchronisation with smartdebit for all...
We’re pleased to announce that the Mosaico extension v2 is finally available to download!*
Mosaico enhances the existing CiviCRM Mailing module to simplify the email creation process by allowing you to use a simple drag and drop mailing editor to create your emails. The Mosaico extension will then produce a responsive (suitable for mobile) and perfectly formatted email for you!
How do I use the new Mosaico?
With Mosaico Integration enabled, you will be led to the screen below when you choose to create a new mailing:
Here has everything you need to tell Civi about the mailing you are creating. This includes:
- Mailing...Read more
CiviCRM Entity Reference Field is a submodule of the CiviCRM Entity project. One of the many advantages of installing the CiviCRM Entity module is the ability to use Drupal’s Entity Reference module to reference CiviCRM data from nodes, terms, or other entity types. Many people are using the Inline Entity Form module, which provides field widgets that allow you to create, edit, or delete a referenced entity from the parent form.
If you reference CiviCRM contacts via an Entity Reference field and use Inline Entity Form, you’ll often want to include the ability for the user to create or edit subsidiary CiviCRM entity types, such as the email, phone, and address entities. This can get tricky with CiviCRM integration. A regular entity reference field stores a target entity id in a Drupal field table of the Drupal database. CiviCRM Addresses are stored in the CiviCRM database, and can be created by different types of users and in many different ways. In addition, Drupal and...Read more
As of CiviCRM Entity 2.0-beta4 the sub module called CiviCRM Entity Price Set Field provides a Drupal field type for the Event entity type. In this article we’ll review the features of this submodule and discuss how to configure and customize it to fit your needs.
Event Registration on the Event view page
When configured to display on the Event view pages, this field generates a registration form that supports:
- Registering multiple Participants
- Uses the event’s price set and all price fields of any type
- Pay later or credit card transactions utilizing CiviCRM’s payment processing
- Default values for the profile fields corresponding to the logged in user’s contact information ...
CiviCRM Entity 2.0-beta7 has been released.
Pick it up now at the Drupal.org Project Page
Changes since beta6:
Add Rules action Assign Contact to Group
Add Rules action Remove Contact from Group
Add Integration for IM entity
Add Integration for Website entity
Add integration for Contribution Recur
Add Rules event for CiviCRM Price Set Field 'After Successful CC Transaction'
CiviCRM Price Set Field , improved support for price fields with multiple checkboxes
Fix issues with CiviCRM Core Contribution Recur Views integration
Enable CiviCRM Entity Reference field on parent entity 'add', Inline Entity Form Single widget, for Contacts...
CiviCRM Entity is a contributed module for tightly integrating and extending CiviCRM with Drupal. This module exposes CiviCRM API entities as proper Drupal entity types. This is HUGE as it allows you to make CiviCRM data available within your favorite Drupal tools such as Rules, Views, and EntityReference. I’d like to present another advantage of Drupal entity types, and that is Drupal fields.
By enabling CiviCRM Entity, you can add Drupal fields and associate with CiviCRM entity types such as Contacts and Events. In fact, any of the hundreds of Drupal field types can be used with CiviCRM Entity. You may be asking yourself, “Shouldn’t I use a CiviCRM custom field? Why would you want to use Drupal fields?” The correct answer is, you should choose the right tool for the job.
CiviCRM is great at having the business logic and infrastructure to support event registrations. CiviCRM has price sets, price fields,...Read more
Before I started working as a CiviCRM consultant, I was a CiviCRM user at a small nonprofit. We got a large chunk of our revenue through grassroots donations, but we never had an opportunity to see how we compared to other organizations like ours.
(TL;DR – you should install the Individual Donor Benchmark Survey extension, run the report, and submit your survey response.)
Nowadays, some proprietary donor databases collect users’ data and publish reports, but besides being creepy, they can’t get good data without involving organizations directly. They also only cover users of a single software system.
Besides, how do you know the data covers organizations like yours?
The Individual Donor Benchmark Survey was developed by Third Space Studio to address these...Read more