Extensions are installable packages which give CiviCRM new functionality, and this directory provides a centralized list of extensions which the CiviCRM community has created.

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This extension adds functionality to lookup city and province in Belgium after entering a Belgian postcode.
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This extension exposes table name/column name/machine name fields to the custom data UI.
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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....
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Allows points to be allocated to contacts....
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Create templates for Contacts and Contributions.
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This is an extension for creating an "Intro to Donate Form" where the user enters a little information specifically the following fields:...
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Displays a contact’s Job Title with their current employer on the Contact Relationships tab.
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CiviCRM Extension for CiviCRM Contribution and Contact synchronization with QuickBooks Online, http://www.intuit.com.au
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With this extension you can build your own search actions.
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You can use this CiviCRM extension if you want to create a settings form for your own extension.
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This is just a cache that retrieves ID's of your custom CiviCRM entities, like e.g. groups and custom fields. All info can be found on the github page: https://github.com/Chirojeugd-Vlaanderen/idcache...
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This module offers a fully configurable/extendable Drupal view that provides the functionality to search from a postcode and a distance.
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Many organizations using CiviCRM wish to measure the CHURN rate of their members. CHURN is closely related to the concept of average customer life time. For example, an annual churn rate of 25 percent implies an average customer life of four years. An annual churn rate of 33 percent implies an average customer life of three years. ...
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The extension installs a line item report for the participant, membership, and contribution entities. The report will allow you to select standard columns for these entities, along with custom fields and any price set field that is applicable for the entity. Filters are also also available for each of the price set fields....
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The CiviCase v5 extension is an overhaul of the CiviCase UI. It provides a richer experience with more thoughtful layouts and interactions.
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