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How do I add not native extensions in Drupal, I was using WordPress where I know how to do it but recently moved over to Drupal.

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You can create a folder somewhere outside the main tree, so that when you upgrade core you don't overwrite your extensions, and then in civi under Admin - System Settings - Directories, you put the file path to that folder where it says "Extensions Directory".

If you already have some other extensions installed, they might have gone under sites/default/files/civicrm/ext, in which case you want to move those to your new folder too. You could put everything in sites/default/files/civicrm/ext, but it's easier to manage outside the tree. See also https://docs.civicrm.org/sysadmin/en/latest/customize/extensions/#enabling-extensions

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  • Thanks, I meant civicrm extensions that don't show up in the extension directory but need to be installed, where to I install them – Rabbi Moshe Adler Jan 4 at 18:02
  • Ok I'll update answer - those are also "native", but they aren't approved for automatic distribution (which some people also call "in-app"). – Demerit Jan 4 at 18:08

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