When AEM Communities is licensed, in addition to creating community sites, it is possible to add Communities features to any AEM site using standard AEM authoring tools.
To learn more about creating a community site visit:
If not familiar with the authoring environment, view the documentation on basic handling and a quick guide to authoring pages.
The following table lists the Communities components visible to authors when enabled in the components browser (sidekick).
See also the interactive Community Components guide.
Read Communities Components Basics as it contains information necessary for authoring with Communities components.
|Activity Streams||Activity Streams|
|Community Activity List||Activity Trends|
|Community Group Member List||Community Groups|
|Featured Content||Featured Content|
|File Library||File Library|
|Leaderboard||Scoring and Badges|
|QnA||Questions and Answers|
|Related Questions||Questions and Answers|
|Reviews Summary (Display)||Reviews|
|Social Tag Cloud||Social Tag Cloud|
The poll component is no longer available and supported in Experience Manager Communities.
Visit Deploying Communities to learn about recommended deployments.
Visit Administering Communities Sites to learn about creating a community site, configuring community site templates, moderating community content, managing members, and configuring messaging.
Visit Developing Communities to learn about the social component framework (SCF) and customizing Communities components and features.