Cividesk is unique in the CiviCRM community because we offer several different on-line learning opportunities each month that are convenient and affordable:
30 minute weekly “CiviTips” focus in-depth on one particular feature such as Reporting or CiviMail.
2-hour beginner level courses for those who want something more comprehensive. These are a great place to start for new users to better understand working with Contacts, Events, Contributions or Membership.
April was an incredibly busy month for the training department here at Cividesk!
We taught 6 classes to 50 students, polished up training materials for all of our classes, and have begun to revamp our entire curriculum.
After many successful years of teaching classes on CiviCRM, Susan Engeman has left her role as Cividesk Training Manager to pursue other endeavors. Since 2013, Susan taught CiviCRM to more than 3,000 users! We are very proud of this contribution.
Thank you, Susan, for helping non-profit organizations be more efficient with the daily use of CiviCRM.
Cividesk is happy to launch a refreshing new series of video tutorials that will help you master your CiviCRM skills in minutes!
DrupalCamp Colorado is a three day event centered on knowledge sharing and learning how to build, manage and launch ambitious digital experiences. This year, Cividesk was invited to present CiviCRM and it's integration with Drupal to an audience of web developers and site administrators.
In CiviContribute, the term contribution refers to any financial transaction or payment taking place in the system, such as a donation, an event fee payment or membership dues, as well as in-kind contributions. These different categories of payment are referred to as financial types and new types can be added to further customize CiviContribute to fit your organization’s financial requirements.
Learn how to customize CiviContribute, record and manage contributions and report on your financial data using the CiviContribute module.
Have you wanted to use a price set for on-line event registration in CiviCRM, but haven’t been quite sure how to do it? In our upcoming Intermediate Level training session on Wednesday, May 24th, Organizing Successful Events, learn how to correctly configure a price set for your next big event.
Wednesday, April 19
10:00am - 12:00pm MT
Your organization has a solid membership base, but you want to retain members and help it grow, so how can CiviCRM help you do that?
The membership renewal process can be daunting, but learning how to use CiviMember, as well as features from CiviCampaign and other components in CiviCRM, can make it easier to reach out to current members, streamline the on-line renewal process, and track your progress.
Is your CiviCRM database personalized to your organization's needs, or are you continuing to use the default fields in CiviCRM? Make the most of your database and learn how to gather and store custom data in CiviCRM in order to improve communication with your constituents and better accomplish the goals of your non-profit.
Are you using CiviEvent and want to allow your event participants to register multiple guests but have had trouble with duplicates being created or overwriting contact records after choosing this option when configuring on-line registration?
In the training session, “Managing your Special Events Effectively in CiviCRM”, I’ll demonstrate best practices to avoid this problem when additional registrants don’t provide an email address. We’ll also look at the best way to configure a price set to function with on-line registration that allows for registering multiple guests.