Let's say you have a registration profile you are using for an event in which you are collecting both the home and work addresses for an individual.
As you can see in the screenshot below, without headers, it is hard to see where the fields related to the personal information end and where the fields related to the professional information begin.
CiviCRM uses mapping and geocoding service providers such as Google to display event location maps and geocode addresses to enable proximity searches.
The use of API keys was optional until changes (as detailed HERE) recently went into effect in the Google Maps Platform.
Ever find yourself days or even weeks away from the next available training session, when what you need is immediate instruction on how to complete a certain task in your CiviCRM? Don't worry! Helpful resources are just a click away - below is a list of the best resources and tips on searching to help you find what you need fast!
CiviCRM online forms aren't just for your target audience. They can also be used by your staff to streamline data entry and ensure data integrity when recording donations, membership signups/renewals and event registrations.
Here's the difference:
General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)1 went into effect on May 25, 2018 in the EU with a global impact: any organization that has a web presence is required to comply with GDPR regulations if it collects personal data or behavioral information from someone physically located in the EU, regardless of whether or not a financi
To find contributions with a status of "Pending (Incomplete Transaction)":
Checksum tokens generate personalized links* that allow users to be identified when interacting with your website without logging in! When users click on a checksum link, they are directed towards a standalone profile, contribution or event page where any contact information already in the database will auto-populate. This saves your constituents the hassle of logging in and repetitively filling out contact information.
CiviCRM can handle all of your complex event options - the best way to start is to understand what information you will need to manage your event (participant counts, meal choices, etc.), and then configure your information in such a way that will allow you to report easily and effectively as participants begin to register.
Did you know you can use a CiviCRM profile to customize your mailing list signups, even if you use MailChimp? Of course, you can offer a default list of groups to a given subscriber, but when you use a profile, you can also collect important data about that subscriber that can help target your constituents more effectively.
Let's say you have an event on which you have allowed Pending (Pay Later) registrations (i.e. a check is to be sent by a given date to the office), and like many of us do, the vast majority of participants decide to send in their checks at the very last minute - now you have a whole bunch of payments to record against a whole bunch of Pending (Pay Later) contributions - why record payments individually when you can record payments against multiple Pending (Pay Later) contributions simultaneously?!