Get your work done in fewer clicks! Speed up your most tedious CiviCRM workflows by adding custom action links to your search results.
With a single click, you can execute one or more actions on a contact. This is ideal for speeding up application review processes, one-click check-in to events, or any other situation where you want to take action on a set of contacts one by one.
CiviCRM natively supports one of three different map markers based on the contact type (Individual, Household, Organization). The Map Pins Extension allows you to replace those markers with custom markers of your own, based on configurable sets of rules depending on contact sub-type, group, tag, or other criteria.
Sets opt out flag when people are marked as deceased. On install deceased existing contacts will be opted out.
Note that most CiviCRM processes take the is_deceased flag into account so this is likely to be of use only if you have specific data processes that benefit from it
Extension with Belgian magic.
With this extension enabled, if you create or update a Belgian address, the province is determined based on the postal code. If the address belongs to a contact that doesn't have a preferred language, a preferred language is set based on the province. (This mainly applies when a contact was created using the API, otherwise CiviCRM will use the default language from the settings, I presume.)
This determination is not 100% correct, but I accept pull requests, as always.
CallHub is a hosted phone banking service that enables your staff to talk with your contacts over the phone banking campaign and store notes about the call. This extension integrates CallHub with CiviCRM by posting call dispositions and notes as CiviCRM activities attached to the contact record and assigned to the relevant staff person's record.
The "Style Guide" extension demonstrates common HTMTL/CSS styling conventions used within CiviCRM. It adds a new submenu, "Support => Developer => Style Guides" with a list of demo pages.
For more information, see https://github.com/civicrm/org.civicrm.styleguide.
This CiviCRM extension normalizes your data before it is saved to the database. It therefore works from the back-end, with public form submissions such as profiles, contribution, event registration and membership creation/renewal pages as well as with data imports.
It can normalize first, middle, last and company names, phone numbers, and addresses including zip codes.
When CiviCRM geocodes an address, the geocoding service generally returns much more information than CiviCRM uses. This extension allows site administrators to set a policy for what to do with that information on a field-by-field basis: discard it, fill in missing data, or overwrite existing data.