Adobe Experience Manager (AEM) Communities simplify the creation and customization of community features such as forums, user groups, blogs, Q&A, calendars, comments, reviews, voting, ratings, and assignments. These features result in user-generated content (UGC) being entered in the publish environment.
The foundation of a community site is the social component framework (SCF). Creation of a community site begins with the selection of a community site template that is composed of community functions.
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AEM Communities components, functions, and features provide the building blocks for community sites.
Community groups are the concept of allowing community members to form subcommunities within the community site. Creation of a community group may occur in the publish or author environment.
Visit Deploying Communities to learn about recommended deployments and Dispatcher configuration.
Visit Administering Communities Sites to learn about creating a Community Site, configuring Community Site Templates, moderating community content, managing members, and configuring messaging.
Visit Authoring Communities Components to learn how to author with and configure Communities components.