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Join us on Tuesday May 22 - 2018 for CiviCamp Calgary - a one day event covering everything related to CiviCRM. Attend CiviCamp and learn about CiviCRM and what it can do for your organization, meet other CiviCRM Users, CiviCRM Partners and CiviCRM Core Team Members and gather their feedback, learn advanced strategies for managing your online database, ask any questions you might have, share tips and build connections! This is the opportunity to meet the CiviCRM community and share experiences and knowledge with other organizations using CiviCRM!...Read more
I've had a few requests from clients recently with queries around updating contact details and permissions with the new GDPR data protection legislation coming into force in Europe in May.
As a result I've developed two very simple extensions which I'd like to share:
This extension provides a simple UI under the contact summary via Actions->Contact Checksum.
When opened a simple UI is displayed with information and example links to use in emails when sending personalised / "update your details" links from CiviCRM.
Available from ...Read more
Last week we had a remote sprint to improve documentation, and wow, what a success it was!
Check out everything we did.
GitHub tells us:
Excluding merges, 14 authors have pushed 86 commits to master and 88 commits to all branches. On master, 206 files have...
Ginkgo Street Labs is pleased to announce the availability of CiviVolunteer 2.3.0 and Angular Profiles 1.1.0 for CiviCRM 4.7.31 and above.
Site administrators maintaining an older version of CiviCRM should upgrade core before upgrading these extensions. CiviCRM 4.7.31 introduced an improvement to how CiviCRM manages the BackboneJS library which these extensions need to account for in order to continue functioning properly. The extension updates are not backward-compatible and should not be applied to pre...Read more
Learn the essential features of CiviEvent in this two hour on-line course designed for new-users of CiviCRM.
We will create an on-line event in CiviCRM that can be linked to your website and discuss the best practices for registration and how to add and modify a profile in an event registration page. You'll learn how to send event reminder emails, track participants, make a participant list, create an event report and much more!
Join Cividesk on Thursday, April 5th from 12 to 2 pm MT for this informative training session. Class size is kept small to allow...Read more
A little while ago the team here at Compucorp wrote about Shoreditch, the first CiviCRM “theme’ extension. Over the past few months, we’ve been hard at work on a series of updates and changes ready for the theme’s release in a few weeks time! With much of the work on this first stage now completed we’re pulling back the curtain to give a peek at what’s in store.
We’ll be following up...Read more
I admit it. I tried to implement Salesforce. I was just starting Chase the Music and I had big goals. I’d used CiviCRM for a very small community foundation and it had worked great. But, Chase the Music was going to be big. We needed a Rolls Royce to support some very big and important goals. I researched and found that SalesForce was the Rolls Royce of CRMs. The biggest and best of the worlds organizations were using it. When I read that I could get a 10 passenger Rolls (err 10 licenses for SalesForce) for free I thought WOW. I knew that later I’d have to pay, but for now 10...Read more
While CiviCRM has undergone major updates and re-organization under the hood since the platform was started in 2005, it's User Interface has largely remained the same. This is all about to change with the introduction of the new Shoreditch Theme for CiviCRM.
This new theme modernizes the CiviCRM Interface in a thoughtful way, better utilizing screen real estate and creating consistent...Read more