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The CiviCRM Core Team recently wrapped up work on the first phase of ‘Search Builder’, an effort intended to unify th
Well on track changing the nonprofit organization perspective towards fast access, smooth interaction and greater event attendee convenience, today CiviMobile app flaunts its major enhancement, a must-have and looked-for feature, CiviMobile payment.
As part of a wider range of improvements funded by the Libertarian Party, the call next dashlet (CND) is now public. The CND extension was created to get volunteers calling people immediately, with little to no training. It doesn't require assigning the call to anyone either. For volunteer organizations, a constant challenge is assigned the 'right' number of calls to a volunteer. It is hard to know.
Wrapping up the first phase of GSoC, I am summarizing work done in the past one month. I have been working on the Outlook365 extension, initially developed by Jaap. Outlook365 enables users to query CiviCRM as an address book when using either Microsoft Outlook 365 Web and Desktop clients.
CiviCRM version 5.27.0 is now out and ready to download. This is a regular monthly release. It is also a new CiviCRM Extended Security Releases (ESR), which will have support for security updates for the next six months.
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Important announcements and reminders:
The more actively CiviMobile integrates into the daily life of nonprofit CiviCRM-powered organizations, the more advanced CiviMobile functionality becomes with every new release.
My recent blog posts have talked about containers, Docker and why I think they're a good fit for hosting CiviCRM. Here's a deeper dive into two design ideas that are part of my Simuliidae open source hosting project.
Hello all, This blog is in continuation to my previous blog https://civicrm.org/blog/kartik1000/gsoc-project-probots-and-gitlab-github-integration where I explained my project aims and how I plan to proceed towards each task. After 1 month of my project, I felt it would be great to summarise the tasks I have completed and what I plan to do within the next month.
Hi everyone! Thank you for visiting the blog post. I’m Asha Sulaiman from Sri Lanka. I’m a final year undergraduate at University of Moratuwa following the Information Technology and Management degree programme. Currently I’m a student developer at CiviCRM working on the project integrating CiviCRM with LibreOffice in order to perform the mail merge operation.