Thanks to everyone who was able to join us for the CiviCRM Campfire Chat on Friday, March 26, 2021! Sign up for the next Campfire Chat on Friday, April 30, 2021, where we will be talking about using CiviCRM for Digital Fundraising.
Our website is, above all else, a marketing machine. We want it to shine, to represent who we are and be our biggest lead magnet. In the digital climate we live in, so much is riding on our website's success.
More often or not, CiviCRM users find it quite painful to include organisational branding in the system workflow messages. Ensuring that receipts, event confirmations etc. have a consistent look-and-feel as the rest of the communications can be difficult.
The CiviCRM Community Council and CiviCRM Core Team are putting together quarterly meetings and invite you to attend. Dubbed ‘Community Round Tables’, these online meetings are intended to provide attendees with general project updates as well as an opportunity for Q&A and general feedback with the Community Council, the Core Team, and community members at large.
As you may be aware, CiviCRM was recently given an award for its incredible social impact by the Free Software Foundation. I think we can all agree that CiviCRM is amazing software! Likewise, I believe that we all recognize that our diversity in perspectives, nationalities, genders, text editors, etc. is vital to the health of both the software and the project.
Just a brief note to let you know that we will host CiviCooP's Coffee Corner coming Thursday,
Coleman Watts of the CiviCRM Core Team will give a webinar to present new developments in SearchKit and FormBuilder on April 7 @ 11am US Eastern Time (4pm BST). The webinar will include time for Q&A on planned developments for both SearchKit and Form Builder.
Update: The recording is now available here:
Recently we heard about the retirement of Caldera Forms and that this going to be replaced by Ninja Forms. Saturdrive the company behind caldera and ninja wrote the following:
Find out what's possible with CiviCRM and Drupal 8 and 9. Watch Part 1 of Skvare's training series on getting the most out of the Drupal CiviCRM Entity module.
This is a follow-up to my previous blog post, Tell the Caldera Forms Team that the CiviCRM Community uses Caldera Forms.