This feature allows organizations to track traffic for their online event and contribution pages. The tracking reports provide organizations with valuable information like the number of visitors over a specific duration of time, the average amount of time visitors spend on their web page, the number of new visitors vs the number of returning visitors, the type of web browser used by their visitors, the origin/nationality of their customers and a lot more.
Event and E-Commerce Tracking
Tournaments are a type of event. Participant roles include include players, coaches, parents and volunteers. For academic tournaments, organizations include schools and school districts. Registration includes housing, meals, and competitions.
This extension adds a map displaying multiple events. They can be filtered using the same form as being used in the manage events page. To have this working geocoding should be enabled.
This extension allows for an email message to be sent automatically, in addition to the confirmation email, upon registration of a participant, using any existing message template. This behavior is configurable for each event, and is useful for sending lengthy or heavily formatted content beyond CiviCRM's standard receipt/confirmation message.
A CiviCRM extension that provides form validation to prevent negative values from being entered in Text / Numeric Quantity fields in Price Sets. This extension was created specifically to address this issue: https://lab.civicrm.org/dev/financial/issues/31
This extension provides a search that shows financial aging of overdue contributions such as recurring contributions and pledge payments.
Filtering and grouping by financial types is supported correctly using the line item financial types.
Do you want to restrict registration to certain events to logged in members only but still have other events open to the public? If the answer to the above question is yes, then this extension is for you. This extension allows you to set a flag to any event so registration is restricted to those that have a current membership.
QRCode Checkin allows you to send an email that contains a scanable code to the registered participants for your event.
Your registration workers can use any freely available QR Code scanning software on their phones to scan the code and open the encoded web address on their browser.
When they do, they will get the status information about the registration
With one click, the registration worker can change their status from registered to attended.
The CiviMobileAPI extension (
com.agiliway.civimobileapi) is a CiviCRM component that allows to use a mobile application CiviMobile.
CiviMobile is a native mobile application granting CiviCRM users immediate, secure and high-speed connection to CiviCRM, so that they leverage the combined benefits of the software and their smartphones.