You are a current CiviCRM user and you would like to learn more about a particular feature, attend a CiviTip hosted by Cividesk.
CiviTips are short webinars of 1/2 hour offered weekly designed to educate existing CiviCRM users about tips, best practices and how-to's on a particular CiviCRM functional area.
Either you have missed a training class for your organization or you want a refresh on a specific functionality, you should attend a CiviTip.
Upcoming topics include: Groups vs Tags, exporting data, update records in a batch, how to use CiviMail, Deduping & Merging, etc ...
Click here for more information on topics covered or to get registered for the upcoming CiviTips.
Questions? Contact Virginie at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cividesk is offering a new online class for more advanced users, in addition to our standard new-user curriculum. “Membership Renewal Campaign with CiviCRM” is a project oriented class that will help with the preparation of your annual membership renewal by teaching the necessary steps in CiviCRM to create a successful campaign. We will go over defining the campaign, planning, execution, progress monitoring and reporting. Click here for more information on this new class or to get registered for the September session. Questions? Email email@example.comRead more
Cividesk will be offering on-line classes for new users (Contacts, Membership, Events and Contribution management) during the month of August. Classes are two hours in length and are limited in size to allow for questions from students throughout the session.
Click here to see a class schedule for August and to access registration information.
Cividesk will be offering beginner-level CiviCRM training classes in July. Each two-hour training session focuses in depth on one topic (Contacts, Membership, Events and Contributions). Class size is kept small to allow for Q&A.
Cividesk will be offering several on-line CiviCRM training classes in June designed for new users. Each two-hour training session focuses in depth on one topic (Contacts, Membership, Events and Contributions). Class size is kept small to allow for Q &A. Click here for more information on specific curriculum, dates and cost. Additional questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
At Ginkgo Street Labs, we are often asked by clients which payment processor they should go with that integrates with CiviCRM. To make it easier for organizations to select which payment processor will work best for their organization, we researched several payment processor options, including iATS payments, Authorize.net, Paypal Pro for Nonprofits and Stripe, and compiled this information into a resource that can be used as a reference.
It is essential for organizations to make it easy for people to make a donation and make payments for events, memberships and more. CiviCRM integrates with several payment processors, so individuals can donate and pay directly on the organization's website, instead of going to a payment processor's website. However, not all payment processors are alike. They vary based on the fees,...Read more
Cividesk propose régulièrement des sessions de formation en ligne en français, sur les principaux composants de CiviCRM (Contacts, Evénements et Contributions), ainsi que des webinars "Découverte de CiviCRM".Read more
Cividesk will be offering several on-line CiviCRM training classes in April designed for new users or those in need of a refresher. Each two-hour training session focuses in depth on one topic (Contacts, Membership, Events and Contributions). Class size is kept small to allow for Q &A. Visit our website for more information on specific curriculum, dates and cost. Additional questions? Email email@example.com.