A collection of tokens we've been asked to do at various points,
- today's date
- name of other contact in a relationship (this gives the name of one persion with x relationship to the given contact - only in a->b direction - useful for getting spouse's name if you know there will only ever be one)
The entity for the E-mail API is Email and the action is Send. Parameters for the api are specified below:
- contact_id: contact which will receive the e-mail
- template_id: ID of the message template which will be used in the API.
It is not possible to specify your own message through the API.
This extension reduces the number of steps required to send bulk email.
In addition it uses Inline editing of message templates to ensure end users can not break formatting.
Civisualize is a civiCRM extension which let you visualize your civiCRM data with the power of dc.js and d3.js. dc.js let users create graphs which enable filtering through the data with just a click on the graphs giving you a lot of powers. It's in beta, not going to hurt to hurt your data, do let us know if something works or doesn't.
This extension creates archive list of public mailings in CiviCRM. You will need to enable the "CiviMail: view public mail" permission. This only pulls completed mailings that have the "Public Pages" set for the visibility.
Modifiers* You can pass modifiers through the url to filter the list of mailings. These can also be used in combination with one another. ---Template Id---If you want only public mailings that use a specific mailing template: "civicrm/public_mailings_list&reset=1&tid=22"
The new extension builds on the existing work done by the science gallery, adding the ability to keep Mailchimp List and CiviCRM group in sync, keeping the entire process much simpler to setup.
This extension uses the cssin library (https://github.com/djfm/cssin) to convert style sheet links to inline css. This is important for content that is going to a gmail account to render correctly. Also, it makes it easier to see the same thing in your browser as the final email
This extension provides additional mail merge tokens for CiviCRM for use in emails, mass emails, or PDF letters.
This CiviCRM extension does one simple thing well: it provides an email signature image for the current user when sending non-bulk emails.
Creates a token (contributions.itemized) that shows a contact's contributions within the past year.