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Have you ever wanted to rearrange the contact summary screen? Move the most important information to the top? Remove unnecessary stuff? Create a simplified layout for your volunteers and interns but a more robust layout for your fundraising team? This extension will let you do just that.
Key features include:
CiviRules 2.0 is now available for you all!
We (Jaap Jansma, Klaas Eikelboom and me) are about to complete a little CiviRules sprint of 2 days (funded by CiviCooP). We have fixed quite a few issues, closed some that we thought were not applicable any more, introduced a few new conditions and actions and updated the documentation. And we are about to round it off with the new release CiviRules 2.0 and moving our repository to the CiviCRM GitLab server. We expect to do this tonight or tomorrow morning.
I have just published the Invoice Address API (https://civicrm.org/extensions/invoice-address-api).
The development of the extension was funded by Domus Medica vzw. They are a membership organization specifically for GP's (general practitioner) in Flanders and Brussels.
A tapestry of attendee comments…
One of the advantages of running this event for a second year is that we got to listen to feedback from last year's attendees about what they wanted to see more of. So this year, we have a whopping 15 sessions, 5 tracks, more nuts and bolts sessions, and longer afternoon sessions that are process-based instead of function-based, meaning that they focus on using Civi to complete a full nonprofit work process from start to finish. Plus we are starting and ending the day a little bit earlier to better accomodate travel arrangements.
CiviCamp Calgary 2018 was held May 22-24 and included:
At Amnesty International Vlaanderen we are starting a Petition Journey. The aim is to improve the engagement of people that sign a petition for the first time as their first point of contact with Amnesty. We then would like to send them an email with a survey immediately, and then for 5 weeks an email each week. One will be informing with a video link, one will be an invitation to register for an event in the same campaign, one will be to invite them to sign another petition etc.