A tag is a keyword or label that categorizes your question with other, similar questions. Using the right tags makes it easier for others to find and answer your question.
Questions specific to CiviCRM installed on WordPress.
Questions about CiviEvent, the built-in CiviCRM component which handles event management, payment, and registration. Questions which involve events for which online payments are accepted may also m…
Questions about CiviContribute, the built-in CiviCRM component which handles fundraising and related financial transactions.
Questions specifically about CiviCRM's mass mailings system CiviMail. For question about general mail related issues in CiviCRM use the tag *email*.
Questions about CiviCRM specific to its installation on Drupal but you may be better to use Drupal-7 or Drupal-8 tags in case your issue is version specific
CiviMember is a CiviCRM component for tracking and managing memberships. Tag question related to memberships.
The central entity of the CiviCRM universe. Every other entity is connected in some way to a contact. Can be subdivided in individuals, organizations and households. New contact types can be configure…
Questions about custom fields in CiviCRM.
Questions related to civicrm upgrades or updates
Questions about the Webform CiviCRM Integration module for Drupal.
Questions about the CiviCRM profiles system.
CiviCRM Extensions are packaged pieces of functionality that extend CiviCRM's out-of-the-box functionality, independent of the CMS platform.
Questions about the CiviCRM API.
Questions about mail related issues in CiviCRM. For question specifically about CiviCRM's mass mailings system use the tag *civimail*.
Questions about CiviCRM specific to its installation on Joomla. General questions about Joomla are off-topic but can be asked on Joomla Stack Exchange.
Questions specifically about CiviCRM's reporting system, CiviReport.
civicase identifies issues related to the CiviCase CiviComponent.
CiviCRM's means of keeping track of all sorts of interactions with contacts: e-mails, meetings, donations, event attendance, etc.
Groups categorise contacts and make it possible to treat them as a cohesive unit. Groups are the base for mailing lists and access control.
Tag a question "installation" if you are having trouble completing the initial installation of CiviCRM on Drupal, Joomla, or WordPress. If you encounter problems while using the system, use tags that…
Questions about CiviCRM's integration with the Views module in Drupal.
Relationships link different contacts or organisations with each other. The are listed in a contacts `Relationships` tab.
for questions about preventing, finding, and merging duplicate contacts. This includes composing duplicate matching rules, using the dedupe system, strategies for preventing false matche…
Equivalent of mail merge fields. Facilitates to insert information from the database into an email or a letter that is different for every recipient.
PHP is a server-side scripting language designed primarily for web development. CiviCRM is written in PHP.
CiviRules is an extension that allows rules-based actions, like automatically adding a contact to a group when he/she contributes more than predefined amount.