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
On Tuesday 11 September 2018 we had quite an enjoyable and interesting CiviCRM meetup in Antwerp.
A total of 32 participants gathered at the University of Antwerp Middelheim campus to share their stories around CiviCRM.
We did an introduction to CiviCRM for the people new to CiviCRM or deciding if they wanted to start using it, there was a session on memberships for a couple of membership organizations, I did a demonstration of my integration between CiviCRM and eenvoudigfactureren (online invoicing) for Domus Medica and Erik Brouwer facilitated a workshop on how to implement CiviCRM.
Following the excellent work begun in Edinburgh by Graham Clarkston and Marcus Wilson - an event has been organised for Friday 11th May to allow third sector organisations in Glasgow to come along and find out more about CiviCRM, the various options available to implement and to meet developers and current users to get a better idea of the various platforms and integrations that are making CiviCRM a go to solution for the third sector
Visibility - a local sight loss charity who have been using CiviCRM as an internal database system for around 18 months - have kindly offered the use of their meeting room and tea/coffee facilities will be provided.
Current users, implementors and developers are invited to come along on Friday 11th May for a pre meeting session to discuss new integrations and to share technical assistance and tips from 11.00 am, this first session runs over lunch time so please do feel free to bring your own lunch.
New and prospective users...Read more
Looking forward to our second meetup of 2018 on Thursday, 19th April, 6PM at Melbourne Business School.
Same format as the last meetup, a round table discussion on various topics put forward by members of the group, leading with:
- Scheduled Reports
- Merging Contacts
- Deduping contacts
- Customising Invoices
Also an introduction to Gitlab as a place recommended by CiviCRM for us to share content from the meetup.
Keep the suggestions coming, and looking forward to seeing you there - click here for details.Read more
We are excited to announce that registration is open for CiviCamp SF Bay Area 2018 — the first-ever low-cost daylong meetup in our region specifically designed for current CiviCRM users and non-users who want to explore CiviCRM.
The date is Thursday, May 3, and the venue is beautiful Preservation Park in Oakland. Sessions may include topics like organizing and reporting on your contacts, integrating your CRM seamlessly with your website, using CiviCRM for event registration and management, CiviCRM extensions, and more.
We encourage you to come whether you're just starting to think about using CiviCRM at your organization or you're a seasoned Civi wizard who wants to connect with other users and experts. We will be tailoring the day to your needs, so register now and...Read more
We had a university experience, with our meetup taking place in the large classroom with stadium seating. A few who joined us were evaluating CiviCRM and wanted to see if it was what they were looking for and it had the flexibility needed. So I started by doing a basic overview of CiviCRM components. Jon (@junglebird) also supported this and did a demo of Mosaico.
After that we split into two groups, one group looking more for some of their questions to be answered with regards to how to manage some organizational programming across affiliates....Read more
Scotland joined the civiCRM community in great style at their first meet-up organised by Graham Clarkson of Queensferry Rotary Club and Marcus Wilson of Pooka in the beautiful centre of Edinburgh on Monday 4th December.
A good mix of end users, potential users, implementors and developers got together in MacMillan Cancer Support’s offices to learn more about the community and see a demonstration of how the Rotary Club use CiviCRM to help them successfully manage their hugely popular charity abseil.
The relaxed atmosphere prompted a deal of useful information sharing and the range of attendees came up with some really good questions and answers. The next meet up will be organised for some time in the new year with an aim to run one quarterly from now on.
In future meet ups we hope to showcase many of the really useful CiviCRM components available, so if you have a specific need or experience/ expertise please do get in touch and we’ll keep you in the CiviCRM...Read more
Come meet others from the Melbourne Area who are interested in, using or developing for CiviCRM!
Meet and Greet - just a casual pre-christmas drink to see the year out, and find out what people might want to do in 2018. How often to meet, format etc.
Start: 14/12/2017, 6:00PM (AEST, Melbourne)
End: 14/12/2017, 8:00PM (AEST, Melbourne)
Register your attendance and follow future meetups at https://www.meetup.com/Melbourne-CiviCRM-Meetup/events/245724047/
In conjunction with the first ever CiviCon happening in Canberra on Monday 23rd October. There will be a developer day on the Sunday prior to that day. There will also be an opportunity for international developers to join in through a Go To Meeting hangout. The developer day will be held at the Agileware office. 4/55-57 Lathlain Street, Belconnen, ACT 2617. The Day will start at 9am. Anyone interested should get in touch with Justin Freeman from Agileware. This will be a chance to meet fellow CiviCRM developers and share issues and concerns.