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You can use one of the Extended Reports for Events and Contributions respectively to display on the contact summary screen. Go to the Display Options tab and select 'Make available for contact summary page (requires contact layout editor extension)'.


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One option that wouldn't need any custom code would be to store phone numbers in custom fields instead of in the normal phone fields. Then you can have whatever fields you like for each phone number (phone type, notes, etc). You can set the fieldset to be default open on the contact page, so it would be fairly visible. Otherwise, you'd need to find someone ...


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If you install the Extended Reports extension (available from in-app download), you can place Extended Reports as a block using Contact Layout Editor. See the screenshot below - I'm using the "Extended Report - Membership Price Set Report" template to generate this report. Under the report's Display Options tab, I clicked Make available for ...


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Circle Interactive had build an extension to support custom fields for Email and Phone, not sure if its been published(can't find under civicrm extension page though). If you want to go through customization would be good to contact them.


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Looks like the email validation inside CiviCRM does not like that pattern. If it is a valid email address that validation would have to be changed. You can do that yourself with a PR (https://docs.civicrm.org/dev/en/latest/core/contributing/) or at least raise it as an issue (https://docs.civicrm.org/dev/en/latest/tools/issue-tracking/#guidelines). Thanks!


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If the problem is that the county does not show up with viewing the address on the contact summary page... You can control what address fields are displayed by clicking Adminster -> Localization -> Address Settings. Then, find the Address Display Format field and add to it: {contact.county} If the problem is that when you edit the address, no county ...


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