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If you're using the iATS Payments Extension you control the schedules of recurring contribution from within your CiviCRM. You can already edit a given recurring series and change the next scheduled date. Can this be done in bulk?

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Since yesterday you can now do that if you're using Drupal! @jackrabbithanna (Mark) added some code to CiviCRM Entity Project, which now exposes civicrm_contribution_recur as an Entity in Drupal so that you can manipulate it in Drupal like any other Entity. Will post some steps/screenshots here:

  1. git clone https://github.com/jackrabbithanna/civicrm_entity.git
  2. Enable modules: views, views bulk operations (VBO) and CiviCRM Entity -> also Enable the CiviCRM Entity Actions submodule
  3. Clear caches twice!
  4. Add a view: Show: Recurring Contributions Profile; you will want it to Format: Show: Fields and Create a page for it.
  5. Add Field: Bulk Operations: CiviCRM Contribution Recur

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  1. Select Modify Entity Values (as we're going to want to update values)

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  1. In action - go to your page

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  1. Hit Execute
  2. Select Next Scheduled Contribution Date and assign the new value for it (this is the date/time/format that CiviCRM uses): 2017-05-01 00:00:00

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  3. Next and Confirm! And check that it worked: it did - will transact on May 01, 2017:

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    code has been pushed to the -dev version available now at the Drupal.org project page, or beta7 when it is released. – jackrabbithanna Apr 25 '17 at 19:02

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