You could use CiviCRM for what you describe, though you may want a developer to set it up for your specific use-case. Since CiviCRM is open source, the only cost would be the cost of whatever development team you use. If you have a tech-savvy person of your own, it might not take a developer at all, though it will take a lot of work. To go through your ...
I found this on https://wiki.civicrm.org/confluence/display/CRM/RSVP-style+Event+Registration.
It's an old post but I had a quick look and it still should work. It doesn't allow the 'maybe' option tho....
1) Enable "On waitlist" event participant status (Administer -> CiviEvent -> Participant Statuses)
2) Create an event. We don't need the "Offer the ...
Follow the instructions here
The latest release is here https://github.com/osseed/com.osseed.eventcalendar/releases/tag/2.0
It will not create the menu items automatically like it is supposed to, so you can create them yourself with the below instructions.
Go to Administrator -> ...
If you don't get a solution via the module you can try the CiviCRM Entities module (2.x version) and the Calendar module then in Views you should find that you can use "Add from template" and there is a template for Civi Event.
In Administer -> Customize Data and Screens -> Display Preferences you can enable "Include ICal Invite to Activity Assignees". That add an ICal Invite to the meetings and other activities and they can then be accepted and placed in the Calendar.
Drupal Views starts off with a base table - do you want to look at: User, Nodes, CiviCRM activities and so on.
So if the base table is Nodes, then it's looking at nodes for the date info and displaying them.
If the base table is CiviCRM Activities, it's looking at those for the date info and displaying them.
But currently in Views you cannot combine this ...
According to Eileen "the meta fix for CiviCRM for timezone issues is to change the type of appropriate fields to mysql timestamps (which we actually do sometimes) but views calendar should just assume it's getting the data in whatever timezone it is in".
We found this post by SGladstone (thanks Sarah) which gave us a new direction to explore, and Chris has ...
I am a bit confused because in the same question you mention that you are tasked to recommend a CRM and you ask which CMS to use. They are two different things so what are you asking?
What you mention you can probably achieve with either Joomla, Drupal or Wordpress so the answer will be a general one. My rule of thumb for what it is worth: if your website ...
First I'd confirm that the functionality works on another site. You can use a demo site for this, or you can check Google for inurl:civicrm/event/ical
OK, so it works for some people! Next check might be to find out if the WordPress path works (inurl:civicrm/?page=CiviCRM&q=civicrm%2Fevent%2Fical perhaps? IDK if Google / other search engines support ...
I'm not sure if it fits to your necessities but CiviEvent includes iCal for public events.
As you can see on CiviCRM user guide
Select the Public Event box to include the event in promotional listings such as RSS feeds, iCal files or feeds, and event listing pages.
You can find more related information on how to use this functionality in this forum ...
I just replicated this problem - but I was able to successfully change the end date limit on the "Date Preferences" page that you said wasn't working. Under Administer menu » Customize Data and Screens » Date Preferences, you can change the "activityTime" values and this will update the Membership end date.
The language on the page is a little vague:
You're looking at writing a custom WordPress plugin along the lines of the CiviEvent Widget plugin. Basically, you'll query the CiviCRM API to get activities (filtered appropriately to your needs) and then render them as a shortcode and/or widget.
So, yes, you can write custom code to do this, even as there is no built-in display for CiviCRM activities.
That error appears when Drupal can't recognise your CiviCRM SQL Tables.
You can find guidance on how to update your settings.php file here: https://wiki.civicrm.org/confluence/display/CRMDOC/Views3+Integration
This is available as a CiviCRM extension.
Under the administer tab, click "customise data and screens". You should see a "manage extensions" link - hit that.
In the extensions manager, click on "add new". Look in that list for the calendar, then install it!
If it‘s not in that list for you then please post back including your civi version.