CiviCamp 2017, formerly known as CiviDay, took place in Denver on February 22. This is a casual gathering that is organized by CiviCRM experts to create a forum to discuss, discover and evaluate topics related to CiviCRM in a relaxed and candid atmosphere. Denver's CiviCamp, organized and hosted by Cividesk, offered a one-day fast track to learning about CiviCRM and improving overall user skills. The event had a great turnout and was an overall success.
February 22, 2017
Mile High United Way
Denver, CO 80205
Yashodha has been a member of the CiviCRM core team since the very begining. After graduating from college with a Bachelors degree in Computer Science (Pune University), she started working for CiviCRM. She has always been amazed by the sheer amount of enthusiasm and expertise that community members bring to the table and is now excited to be transitioned as part of this amazing community from being a core team member to someone who will work alongside CiviCRM's customers.
The location is set so you can start making travel plans to attend this year's CiviCon in St. Louis!
CiviCRM is the leading open source CRM in the world, powering nearly 11,000 nonprofits and civic sector organizations focused on meaningful impact. As the largest CiviCRM conference in North America, CiviCon St. Louis will showcase the incredible capabilities and community around CiviCRM, offering opportunities and insights into fundraising, communications and overall organizational management.
(Credit: info source Mark Maunder – Wordfence Founder/CEO – @mmaunder)
Gmail users beware. There is a recent phishing technique used by online attackers to target Gmail accounts among other services. Unfortunately, this method has been very successful and is creating a wide impact, even on experienced tech users.
Discover all of the different features in CiviContribute during this two-hour class “Manage your Donations, Sponsorships and Other Financial Contributions”** designed for new users. We will explore the best ways to manage your contributions through the creation of financial types customized for your organization. You will also learn how to manually add and search for donations in CiviCRM and to create groups to facilitate your outreach activities.
***New Year's Special!!***
Register for ANY three classes (valid on two-hour classes only) during the months of January or February 2017 and receive a fourth class of your choice for FREE (value of $40).
This promotion will be offered until January 31st, but your free class voucher doesn’t expire until April 30th.
Check our training calendar: Class Calendar
Some may know that CiviCRM operates in many different languages quite effectively. This is a feature receiving consistent improvements, the most recent being the ability for mass emails to identify the spoken language of the mailing recipient.
Until now, there was no effective way for CiviCRM to determine the target language of mail merge tokens when mass emailing. Consequently, many emails would end up with:
You missed the latest CiviTip webinar. That's fine! As a Cividesk customer, you can access the video recordings of the CiviTip sessions we are hosting every week. We will be recording more sessions and adding videos regularly.
CiviCRM has two ways for you to contact your constituents via email: Send Mail to Contact and CiviMail. Though the end result is the same, they are created differently and offer different benefits. During our November Featured CiviTip, we will discuss the difference between Sending an Email and a CiviMail Mailing.
November 30th, 2016
9:30 AM - 10:00 AM MT