Extensions Directory

Extensions are installable packages which give CiviCRM new functionality, and this directory provides a centralized list of extensions which the CiviCRM community has created. This listing displays CiviCRM extensions that work on all Content Management Systems (CMS).

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Platform integrations

As well as extensions that install within CiviCRM and work on all CMSs listed below, you can browse directories of integrations that are made specifically for:

This extension enables you to use CiviCRM Mosaico templates with scheduled reminders, personal messages, etc. It does this by automatically copying each template from Mosaico to a CiviCRM "Message Template".

When you install the extension, all existing MosaicoTemplates will be automatically copied to MessageTemplates.

When you create or update a MosaicoTemplate, the corresponding MessageTemplate will be updated.

The extension is licensed under AGPL-3.0.
Current Usage: 272
This extensions adds activity tokens for use in scheduled reminders
Current Usage: 257
Document storage for CiviCRM Contacts and Cases.
Current Usage: 254
Provides tokens for any related contact for all available contact tokens (e.g., to get the employer’s first name or spouse’s birth date).
Current Usage: 238
Adds the Nominatim OpenStreetMap server as a geocoding option.
Current Usage: 235
Adds a language switcher to the CiviCRM menu bar.
Current Usage: 233
When viewing Contact Summary page Contributions tab, displays the balance due for each row on the list of contribution.
Current Usage: 233
Current Usage: 233
Provides integration with Clickatell SMS gateway for sending single and mass messages.
Current Usage: 225
Extension to facilitate postcode lookup feature in CiviCRM using AFD, Civipostcode, Experian, PostcodeAnywhere or getaddress.io providers.
Current Usage: 220
This is a lightweight cross-CMS theme for the CiviCRM admin interface. It has been tested on Backdrop, Drupal 7, Drupal 8, Drupal 9, Joomla 3, Joomla 4 and Wordpress. The extension is licensed under AGPL-3.0 and has been tested with CiviCRM 5.52.0.

The naming follows the CiviCRM theming protocol of naming themes after the place they were created. This was first made in Finsbury Park, London, during lockdown.
Current Usage: 218
Keep track of which extensions override core files, and to detect when a core file that's been overridden gets updated.
Current Usage: 216
Current Usage: 216
Current Usage: 214