This section is for those who administer AEM Communities and assumes familiarity with AEM Communities features.
For an overview and getting started tutorials, visit :
A major feature of AEM Communities is the generation of user generated content (UGC) by signed in site visitors (members). To learn more about working with UGC visit :
- Common UGC Store : choice of SRP for shared storage of UGC
- Moderating UGC : trusted members may moderate UGC in bulk or in-context
- Tagging UGC : features may be configured to allow members to tag content
- Translating UGC : features may be configured to translate all UGC or allow members to translate selected posts
- Analytics Configuration : necessary information for enabling Adobe Analytics for UGC
- Managing Users and User Groups : details of community members and member groups, including privileged members
- Contribution Limits : ability to constrain posting by new members
- Tunnel Service : allows publish-side members and member groups to be accessed from the author environment
- Members and Groups consoles : allows publish-side members and member groups to be created and managed from the author environment
- User Synchronization : for synchronizing members and member groups across multiple publish instances
- Social Login with Facebook and Twitter : ability for site visitors to become a community member using their Facebook or Twitter credentials
- Scoring and Badges : ability for badges to be assigned to identify role(s) of a member and for members to earn badges through their participation in the community
- Notifications : ability for members to be notified of activity they follow
- Subscriptions : ability for members to interact with the community using external email
- Messaging : ability for members to interact with the community using internal messages
- Version 1.8 Feature Pack : upgrade to version 1.8 to access enablement features
- Configuring Enablement : necessary information to correctly setup the enablement features
- Analytics Configuration : necessary information for enabling Adobe Analytics for Communities features
- Tagging Enablement Resources : necessary for creating enablement catalogs
The deployment section contains information specific to AEM Communities.
The nature of working with community content influences the structure of the deployment :
It is important to install the most recent Communities release on the AEM platform :
- Visit Deploying Communities to learn about recommended deployments.
- Visit Developing Communities to learn about the social component framework (SCF) and customizing Communities components and features.
- Visit Authoring Communities Components to learn how to author with and configure Communities components.