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This is possible with SearchKit, but you'll need to be on the latest CiviCRM (5.42+) to export. Here is a URL that contains the search on https://dmaster.demo.civicrm.org, you should be able to modify the URL for your own site. You can add more fields as needed. You can also just replicate the search from this screenshot: Screenshot:


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You can build that with Search Kit Try this on dmaster.demo.civicrm.org


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Alternatively, you can build your own using the rapidly-evolving Search Kit. For example, try this on dmaster.demo.civicrm.org (screenshot added for posterity) Results:


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There isn't an export for this is CiviCRM, but you could select all the table entries on the screen and then paste it into Excel (or something similar), which would give you the information on this screen. Works if you have up to 100 groups and you set to 110 entries per page (or do it in multiple pages. And also expand any groups that are nested before ...


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If you take one more step, then the solution is easier. When you click on Contacts as you describe you should see an Advanced Search link to the right OR you could simply initiate your search via Adv Search and choose the required Group via the Groups field. Then, in order to see different columns, you need to create a Profile that has the fields in it that ...


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The "group by" in your question is presumably the sql construct. CiviReport makes heavy use of sql to build it's results and has a 'group by' concept that is essentially an abstraction of that sql concept, though somewhat more flexible. But of course, it's always more complicated than you think, so the "group by" thing in CiviReport isn't ...


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Reports for Contributions have grouping and quite a few in the 'Extended Reports' extension (which I guess most would use) as well. The 'Report Plus' extension has grouping also. So CiviCRM certainly has the concept of grouping. In addition the new 'Search Kit' can do grouping - and many other things, it's a really significant addition to CiviCRM.


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Removing this commit: https://github.com/civicrm/civicrm-core/pull/19372/commits/7ffbc14effcf98ade1381002375947b36af712b6 got the groups to show again. For me, listing all groups to all users is fine and preferable over group search missing entirely. This is what WP users were used to for some time. My understanding is that this was Drupal based ...


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