Most recent items from CiviCRM feeds:
Streamlining Membership and Abstract Management with Drupal and CiviCRM from CiviCRM Blogs

An interview with the Pan-American Association of Ophthalmology
The mission of the Pan-American Association of Ophthalmology is the prevention of blindness through education and cultural exchange among ophthalmologists in the Western Hemisphere. The association strives to provide continuing education for ophthalmologists, programs on the prevention of blindness, and promote cultural exchange.Cividesk recently spoke with Krista Jonas, Director of IT for the PAAO, about why they switched to CiviCRM from iMIS and the benefits the database brings to their organization.

over 2 years ago

The quest for performance improvements - 2nd sprint from CiviCRM Blogs

Three weeks ago I wrote about our quest for performance at the Socialist party. This week we had a follow up sprint and I want to thank you for all the comments on that blog.

over 2 years ago

Pop(ulate) your CiviCRM site with fake data from CiviCRM Blogs

Preparing  for a session at CiviCon London last month, I realised I needed better data than the out of the box sample data. It's a situation I've found myself in a few times so rather than write a one of script to generate the data, I decided to try and write something more generic and reusable. The result is something I am calling CiviPop (or Pop if three syllables / 7 letters is too much for you).

over 2 years ago

Mailings now aware of the recipients' language from CiviCRM Blogs

CiviCRM support for multiple languages and locales has been present for many years already. Features like multilingual donation forms, for instance, are now both common and easy to use. Some usages, however, have remained a source of minor headaches. With the release of CiviCRM 4.7.13, a small step has been made in order to fix a major annoyance that affected multilingual emails.
(billet disponible en français)

over 2 years ago

CiviCRM Marketing Team: Time To Get Organized for 2017 from CiviCRM Blogs

The marketing of CiviCRM benefits from a large number of individuals that work to promote CiviCRM in their own way. At the same time though, CiviCRM’s marketing efforts tend to move in spurts, often without clear direction or cohesion. Whether it be through running an event, creating some collateral, or hosting a CiviCRM 101 Webinar, there are a number of opportunities to market CiviCRM, and each effort sometimes takes a different approach in doing so.

over 2 years ago

Thank you, CiviCRM contributors! from CiviCRM Blogs

A few weeks ago, we rolled out an outline of how we’ll manage contributions to CiviCRM going forward. Full details about the framework are now online here. For this post, we’re pleased to announce that we’ve taken the effort forward by enabling self-reporting on contributions via a simple contribution log.

over 2 years ago

The quest for performance improvements from CiviCRM Blogs

After the socialist party upgraded civicrm to version 4.6 a month ago they are experiencing performance issues. In this blog I will round up our quest for performance improvements. But before that some facts about their installation.

over 2 years ago

Hiding sensitive contributions from some staff from CiviCRM Blogs

Some contributions to your organization might be sensitive if widely known. For example, a planned bequest might need to be kept quite confidential since the donor wants to keep its existence private from other possible inheritors or to remain anonymous about their large donation. Or you might want to restrict viewing of membership contributions to the Membership staff, and events registration contributions to your Events organizer.

over 2 years ago

On-line training: Manage your Events with CiviCRM, November 9th at 10 am MT from CiviCRM Blogs

Learn all the basic functions of CiviEvent in this two hour on-line course taught by Cividesk. We will create an on-line event in CiviCRM that can be linked to your website. We'll discuss the best practices for registration and how to add and modify a profile for an event registration page.  You'll learn how to send reminder emails for an event in CiviCRM, track participants, create a participant list, run an event report and much more. Join us on Wednesday, November 9th at 10 am MT for this informative training session.

over 2 years ago

CiviCRM 4.7.13 and 4.6.23: Been There, Sprinted That from CiviCRM Blogs

We're pleased to announce availability of CiviCRM v4.7.13 and v4.6.23.
This release was heavily influenced by the contributors from the sprints in Maryland and Edale and benefited from an extended release-candidate period. Combining the efforts of on-site and face-to-face contributions, this release addressed over 100+ JIRA issues and 170+ pull-requests.

over 2 years ago

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about 9 years ago

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over 10 years ago

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over 10 years ago

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over 10 years ago

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over 10 years ago