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CiviMember is a CiviCRM component for tracking and managing memberships. Tag question related to memberships.

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This is a strong point of CiviCRM - there's no system out there that supports all of the MANY different quirky membership structures that exist in the world - but CiviCRM makes it easy to write an ext …
answered Sep 23 '15 by Jon G - Megaphone Tech
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Create two forms - an application form and a payment form. The application form can be a Profile or (better) a Webform with CiviCRM integration. Place contacts in an "Applicants" group. Include user …
answered Apr 21 '18 by Jon G - Megaphone Tech
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You can do this by: Going to Administer menu >> CiviMember >> Membership Types. Next to each membership type you'd like this to apply to, click the "Edit" link (see screenshot 1 below). On the …
answered Sep 27 '18 by Jon G - Megaphone Tech
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If you're using Drupal, you can use Views with its aggregation to handle this. I helped someone do pretty much exactly this. I also used the "Views Field Views" module to show a bunch of aggregated s …
answered Jul 8 '16 by Jon G - Megaphone Tech
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Coleman's answer is the correct one; however, this doesn't satisfy the second part of your question, copying your data to the new field. The easiest way to do this is via SQL. First, do as Coleman …
answered Jun 14 '15 by Jon G - Megaphone Tech
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Currently there's no support for what you're describing built in to CiviCRM. You could implement this with API calls in an extension. If you do, please consider submitting it to the extensions direc …
answered Apr 27 '15 by Jon G - Megaphone Tech
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member status to Inactive after payment hasn't been received for three months, go to Administer menu » CiviMember » Membership Status Rules. Click Edit next to the Grace status, and set the end event to …
answered Oct 21 '18 by Jon G - Megaphone Tech
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The fact that the record displays correctly on save suggests that there's a difference between how correct and incorrect values are recorded in the MySQL database. I've seen this happen on multi-sele …
answered Nov 4 '18 by Jon G - Megaphone Tech
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You're asking two different (but related) questions: How can I hide a group of contacts from a set of users? How can I show a group of contacts but hide their activities? For the first question, y …
answered Mar 18 '18 by Jon G - Megaphone Tech
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You don't need Batch Update for this - you can use the search action "Add relationship - to household". Note that this is the 4.7 language - 4.6 probably calls it something like "Add relationship to …
answered Jun 10 '16 by Jon G - Megaphone Tech
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renewals, and create a membership status for folks within three months of renewal. Control access to that page with CiviMember Role Sync (for Drupal) or CiviCRM WP Member Sync (WordPress). If none of …
answered Aug 20 '16 by Jon G - Megaphone Tech
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Welcome to Stack Exchange! By default, the postal address doesn't appear on the badges. You need to go to Administer menu » CiviEvent » Event Name Badge Layouts to customize what's displayed.
answered Jul 24 by Jon G - Megaphone Tech
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Most contribution reports only report on folks who HAVE contributed, so normally one would pull a donor and non-donor report. You don't specify exactly what you mean by "what they have contributed", …
answered Oct 31 by Jon G - Megaphone Tech
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The membership is created when the payment is (manually) entered.
answered Jun 22 '15 by Jon G - Megaphone Tech
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Tamar is correct that you can change the date - but I assume what you're looking for is to change the default date that shows up in the "Date Renewal Entered" field. I wrote an extension, Custom Rene …
answered Oct 27 '18 by Jon G - Megaphone Tech

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