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:

Restrict online registration to certain events to members only but still have other events open to the public.
Current Usage: 98
Integrates the TSYS payment processor with CiviCRM.

Current Usage: 94
Current Usage: 92
This is a lightweight cross-CMS theme for the CiviCRM admin interface. It aims to work with basic responsive support at under 120kb (excluding fonts & gifs).

It has been tested on Drupal 7, Drupal 8, Wordpress and Joomla and is based on the Shelford single-file theme for testing. The extension is licensed under AGPL-3.0 and has been tested with CiviCRM 5.31.0.

The naming follows the CiviCRM theming protocol of naming themses after the place they were created. This was made in Finsbury Park, London, during lockdown.
Current Usage: 91
Provides email delivery for email from CiviCRM via MailChimp's Mandrill service.
Current Usage: 82
The data processor token output gives you the ability to create tokens with the data processor.
Current Usage: 77
CiviCRM Extension that provides support for Authorize.Net (Credit Card, ACH/EFT (eCheck) and recurring billing).
Current Usage: 77
Get your work done in fewer clicks! Speed up your most tedious CiviCRM workflows by adding custom action links to your search results.
Current Usage: 77
Unofficial extension to support the Shoreditch CiviCRM theme on WordPress.
Current Usage: 76
Provides a few ways to either complicate or simplify your data imports.
Current Usage: 75
Allows admins to restrict activity assignees to a specified group to help mitigate the risks of activity details being sent to inappropriate assignees.
Current Usage: 72
Restrict users from viewing/editing contributions and other entities based on permission of financial types.
Current Usage: 72
With this extension you can build your own search actions.
Current Usage: 67