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I am quite curious about why you are asking this question. My advice would be to install only modules when you have functional need and those modules solve them for you. It might be even that a module which is used often is completely useless in your context. Or that it breaks other needed functionality. Having said that the masquerade module is very ...


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Following on from the comments: Sorry I don't speak Turkish but I put your comment into Bing translate and the short answer is "yes". The error happens when you have changed a relationship type (which happens automatically if you change the language) and you're using CiviCase in non-english. So the temporary options are: Disable civicase or only use ...


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The CiviCRM stats collector doesn't collect that stat but besides webform_civicrm, it might not be too different from the list you'll see at https://www.drupal.org/project/project_module, which is sorted by most installed by default. Rules and Organic Groups might be additional ones not high on that list because Civi bundles drupal modules that depend on ...


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This isn't strictly a CiviCRM question in my opinion, but here goes anyway... members can open closed and public groups This is built in to BuddyPress - check the box labelled "Enable group creation for all users" in BuddyPress settings. groups have mailinglist functionality, ideally posts to the group can be created by email and send out by email (...


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AFAIK this does not exist out of the box nor do I know of an extension that does this. At the same time I would imagine it would be possible to develop an extension that performs what you mention as the CiviCRM API caters for most of the stuff (not sure how the virtual friends would work but at a glance a relationship sounds right). My recommendation would ...


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