RedHen CRM is an open source CRM build natively in Drupal 7.x Check out the project page on Drupal.org to download the code and contribute to development, documentation, and QA via the ticket queue: http://drupal.org/project/redhen. We also have a series of blog posts that dive deeper into RedHen's features, architecture, and code.
This group has been created to track requirements and document features - as well as to build community around the project.
I am looking at RedHen as an alternative to Civi on a site that is in development but not yet public. I currently have set up using Ubercart for products, but need to develop a system for paid event registration.
If I use RH instead of Civi, I understand that I would need the Entity Registration module and a commerce module to handle paid event registrations.
What I'm not sure about is, could I do this with Ubercart or does it have to be Drupal Commerce?Read more
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Has anyone any experience with integrating or using redhen for a front-end to salesforce particularly when that salesforce org is using the non-profit starter pack (NPSP)
From reading the documentation I understand the salesforce module and redhen share the same parents but I'm less sure about the how,why & when you would mix Redhen, salesforce module & salesforceRead more
As a long time user of CiviCRM who has been interested in migrating to a native Drupal solution, I have a few questions about RedHen.
there is a list of features that were being explored. Is there a roadmap that might indicate when some of these features should available? Also, what about some features like contact change logging? Recurring events? Self-service modification of event registrations (with some limits as to what and when changes can be made)? Is there a plan/timetable for a D8 version?
One thing that is quite easy with CiviCRM is enabling a CiviCRM "profile" (group of custom and standard fields) for use with new Drupal user account creation. Is there a way to do this with RedHen that does not require that we write custom code?
We are interested in migrating from CiviCRM and that is one of our requirements.
Thanks in advance.Read more
Hi! Wondering how (or if it's possible) to handle children without email addresses as contacts. For the site we're developing we need parents to be able to register their children for programs and events. We were planning on using CiviCRM but Redhen looks like a much more graceful solution if it can do what we need.Read more
Happy to announce that we've made a big RedHen CRM documentation push over the last few weeks, including the production of our first RedHen screencast.
You can check out the D.O. documentation pages at: http://drupal.org/node/1989564.
Also, you can check out our first screencast at: http://thinkshout.com/blog/2013/05/gabe/directions-farm.Read more
Hi RedHen users,
I just got back from NTEN's annual Nonprofit Technology Conference. There is a ton of interest in RedHen and a few larger nonprofits as well as a handful of larger Drupal shops interested in leveraging RedHen on large-scale Drupal-CRM projects. It's great to see RedHen gain traction and ThinkShout is very interested in supporting other developers who seek to contribute to the project.Read more
Hi everybody, I've been looking into RedHen's progress and there is a lot to like. I love the entity-based approach.
I'm putting together a team of 10 Developers to compete during this year's Overnight Website Challenge in the Twin Cities: http://tc2013.overnightwebsitechallenge.com . We'll have 24 hours to make a website for a local area nonprofit and we're looking to leverage the power of RedHen + Drupal to accomplish that.
Currently, we're in the pre-event planning phase and we're running into some confusion on how to fully use Redhen to our advantage.Read more
I'm evaluating Redhen CRM for the provision of legal services and have a few questions:
- Would it be possible to integrate project or case management into Redhen CRM? If so, is it built in or which modules would we need to consider?
For every Contact I have (linked to a user record), their user record is showing their FirstName LastName and ContactType from their RedHen record -- sitewide wherever their user name should be displayed.
I do have the RealName module installed but that should be displaying fields from the user's profile fields.
I'm not totally opposed to this feature that RedHen seems to have introduced to our site, but...
(a) I want to know how to control it and/or disable it if I want to use RealName's settings instead; andRead more
I have installed RedHen CRM on a dev site for evaluating if it is the path for a CRM system to a customer.
But I was missing a lot of views. In the description it talks about being similar to Drupal Commerce. But Commerce is built around Rules and Views. And I am missing that about Redhen CRM.Read more
What would we like to use it for?
- Interaction log on the contact page: needs a nice representation of different kinds of interactions and limited filter capabilities (especially on the activity type and date).
- Segmentation of contacts: needs advanced / fast filtering of activities often based on Activity Type specific fields - but usually focussing on a few Activity Types.
- Contact data change-log: needs a way to store differences between two states. This differences don't need to be searchable.
We've just made the decision to go with Redhen instead of Party CRM as a company. So I thought it would be appropriate to start sharing ideas, drafts and notes here :-)
One of the UX things I've been thinking about for quite some time is how to enable users to do powerful profiling and segmentation without confusing interfaces or too many interface options.
An idea that seems to work quite well is to use the concept of "baskets" like in a web shop. You have to see the "basket" as a sort of extension of views bulk operations.Read more