The Community Activity List component provides the ability to add trending information regarding posts and views by members as well as posts and views of content.
This section of the documentation describes
- Adding the Community Activity List component to a community site
- Configuration settings for the Community Activity List component
Data for the Community Activity List is only available when Adobe Analytics is licensed and configured for the community site.
Adding a Community Activity List to a Page
To add a Community Activity List component to a page in author mode, locate the component Communities / Community Activity List and drag it into place on a page.
For necessary information, visit Communities Components Basics .
When first placed on a page of a community site, this is how the component appears:
Configuring Community Activity List
Select the placed Community Activity List component to access and select the Configure icon which opens the edit dialog.
Under the Comments tab, specify if and how comments for uploaded files appear:
- TypeSpecify whether to to display data regarding community members or user generated content (UGC).Select from
Default is Members .
- Display titleA descriptive title to display above the data, such as Trending Content .Default is no title.
- Display countThe number of items to list.Default is 10.
- Activity typeSelect one of
Default is Views.
- Views (page visits)
- Posts (creating UGC)
- Time periodSelect one of
Default is Total .
- Last 24 hours
- Last 7 days
- Last 30 days
- Last 90 days
- This year (since Jan 1st)
- Context pathProvides the ability to scope the activity to a subset of the site, such as a specific Blog.Default is the entire community site.
- Member count aggregationWhen unchecked (turned off), only top-level posts are counted. For example, if the context is the root page (the default), then an Activity Type of Posts will never show any activity as there is no ability to post content to the root page. When checked, the counts on all descendant pages are included.Default is checked.
Example Page with 4 Components
Top Visitors config: Type = Members, Activity type = Views
Top Contributors config: Type = Members, Activity type = Posts
Top Content config: Type = Content, Activity type = Views,
Trending Content config: Type = Content, Activity type = Posts