Posted on November 15, 2019 04:11 PM
CiviCRM for Gmail allows you to manage your constituents and their details directly from Gmail. It’s like a Mini CRM in your inbox. It makes it effortless to save your constituent’s and their details into your CiviCRM without having to switch back and forth between your inbox and CRM.Continue Reading
Posted on November 23, 2017 10:00 AM
Often as tech people, on a day to day basis we're required to give our clients access to the server or they want us to give limited access to other people. Say only database access to their data guy. This is usually smooth via server managment tools like Plesk or cPanel. But sometimes also depending on the server, there are some strict firewall rules to prevent any kind of access or restrict most of the IPs to remotely connect to the server.Continue Reading
Posted on November 12, 2017 08:03 PM
Civisualize is a CiviCRM extension that lets you visualize your CiviCRM data using dc.js and d3.js. It lets users create graphs which enable filtering through the data giving them the ability to crunch the numbers in a very efficient way.
We tried building some charts for CiviCase limited to -
- case by status
- case by type
- case by case manager/assignee
There's still scope for further improvements like supporting custom fields.