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Publish Your Events Online with Google Calendar
What it does
This suite of customizations is for both The Raiser's Edge and for Blackbaud Enterprise CRM (BBEC - see here for more details). The two are slightly different in depth of functionality so please view the screencast below for more information.
The Raiser's Edge
This application allows you to publish your events online on your organization's Google calendar. There are two plug-ins and one VBA customization with the Google Calendar Integration.
- The first plug-in is used to set up your credentials including a Gmail or Google Apps address and password and also select which calendar to publish to.
- The second plug-in gives you the ability to to globally publish or, if they have already been published, then globally update your events on Google Calendar
- If you have the VBA module then you can set up the customization to publish your events whenever they are saved. This will either work with all events, or if you have specified an event attribute, just those events. If you do not have the VBA module you can test this functionality on the sample database.
Download the zip file and extract the contents to a known location. Run the setup.exe file to install the plug-ins in the correct location.
Don't have the VBA module and want something more specific? Contact us for a quote on a bespoke customization for your organization.
Blackbaud Enterprise CRM (BBEC)
We have developed a version of this plug-in specifically for BBEC, find out more here.
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