This extension is designed for developers and power users. It exposes the table name and machine name fields when creating a custom data set, and the column name and field name fields when creating a custom field. This provides much more control over table and field construction, which is most useful when fields are later referenced by name through the API, or through direct SQL calls.
What this extension does
- Add ability to use USAePay as a payment processor for Credit Cards and ACH/EFT.
- One-Time and Recurring Billing
- Creates a scheduled job to download transactions for recurring billing, adds contributions to CiviCRM.
*see https://github.com/proexchange/com.pesc.usaepay for setup instructions
The area extension provides a way to define geographical areas and automaticly link contacts to the area based on their primary address.
This extension is developed and sponsored by Velt. At velt they have local chapters, each chapter covers an area which might be a province,
a local community, a local neighbourhood or a combination of both. For example the chapter Veluwe-South exists of the municipality Arnhem, municipality Wageningen and the city Bennekom.
This is a simple extension that provides a set of "Communication Preferences" custom fields for each contact. Email, Phone and Mail(Post) are provided.
The fields are provided as "Yes/No" fields so that when placed on a form (eg. a profile) the user must explicitly set one or the other. When they are updated the corresponding "Do not" fields on the contact record are updated accordingly.
Note that "Phone" incorporates both the "Do not Phone" and "Do not SMS" flags.
The recurring contribution search adds a custom search to CiviCRM in which a user can search for recurring contributions. With recurring contributions we mean the agreement (such as donate every month 10 euro); not the actual contribution.
You can find the custom search under Search --> Custom Searches --> Recurring Contribution Search
On many occasions, clients have mentioned that the contact summary screen loses a lot of prime space to the communication preferences and demographics sections.
“Is there no way to collapse them by default like you can with custom date? They are rarely used but are needed”
They’re aware that demographics and communication preferences can be removed via the UI (/civicrm/admin/setting/preferences/display?reset=1)
Civi by default can manage bounces for CiviMail but it doesn't manage bounces or produce reports for Direct Email, Scheduled Reminders, Receipts, Event Notifications and other direct emails. Users are also unaware as to what was sent out in many instances.
This extension adds bounce handling, as well as mailing statistics for transactional emails which by default are not tracked or recorded in CiviCRM. It also records these as activities.
A chatbot extension that integrates chat across a variety of platforms (currently Facebook and CiviCRM SMS are implemented) with CiviCRM.
Funding generously provided by the National Democratic Institute.
This CiviCRM extension tries to makes CiviCRM less intimidating for the
not so tech savy **user**. Note that it does require a tech savy **admin** to
configure this extension in your instance.
Documentation can be found on the github page: https://github.com/johanv/idiotproof.