Managing Webinars with CiviCRM

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2020-07-17 12:51
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With the new reality of living with Covid-19, it is difficult to host in-person meetings. At Plastic Pollution Coalition, we used to host in-person coalition meetings in several cities as a way for people to learn and network with others in their community. In June, we transitioned to doing webinars. Although it's difficult for people to network during webinars, we can still continue sharing best practices and have a dialogue with our community.

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Introducing the DocBot extension - A new AI-based Documentation Assistant

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2024-03-16 09:49
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What’s this DocBot all about? Well, in short, it’s an AI-based bot that puts the end user, developer and system administrator documentation into a CiviCRM extension that allows fast, efficient Q&A style searches. Basically, it puts the entire CiviCRM documentation at your fingertips, providing answers and how-to style guidance in-app.

Don’t worry… the docs are NOT going away! In fact, they are as important as ever

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Contributors Unite!

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2024-02-24 06:02
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It’s been a few months since Mathieu reworked version 1 of the contributor listing using SearchKit. You can see it in action at https://civicrm.org/civicrm/contributors

Let me start by saying that it isn’t perfect, meaning that it doesn’t capture every contribution from every corner of the CiviVerse, nor will it display past contributors that are now inactive (at least not without them following the process detailed below).

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SearchKit Visualizations

We’ve beaten the SearchKit drum now long enough that it’s almost a household term. Seriously though, if you’re not already using SearchKit, you need to check it. Especially now that support for visualizations is under active development.

Thanks to Ben and his perseverance at the sprint in Manchester (Oct 2023), SearchKit not only crunches data like a pro, it can look pretty too! Welcome to the wonderful world of charts and graphs for SearchKit!