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  • Wiki Page: Add blog content pages

    In this Article Add a blog content page Rename a content page Change a content page's layout Copy a content page Delete a content page When you add a content page, you gain the ability to customize the page a great deal more - adding multiple widgets and controlling the page layout - than you would...
  • Wiki Page: Create a new blog

    In this Article Create a blog through a particular group Create a blog through group administration Related information We provide two ways to create a blog: through a particular group (for administrators or group owners) or through blog administration (only accessible by administrators). Create...
  • Wiki Page: Group Owner's Guide

    Groups, also referred to as sub-communities, are used to organize applications around a specific topic. Community without Groups Prior to the introduction of Groups you would organize a community using an application specific structure: Forums Product A support Product B Support Blogs...
  • Wiki Page: Group Options page

    In this Article Edit or move a group in Group Options Group contact form The Group Options page is accessible through Group Administration. The Group Options page controls the basic group properties, such as group name and description, as well as: Group avatars Parent group Group type Enable...
  • Wiki Page: Email digest

    In this Article Email Digest capabilities Email clients supported, partially supported, or not supported Email clients which are recommended and fully supported Email clients which are also supported Email clients which are not officially supported Related information In Telligent Enterprise 3.0, the...
  • Wiki Page: Create a blog

    When creating a new blog: Consider which group within the community it should belong and who should have access to its posts. Review the site-wide configuration options for blogs and decide which settings should be different for the blog you are creating. Create the new blog...
  • Wiki Page: Create a media gallery

    When creating a new media gallery, be sure to: Consider which group, within the community, the media gallery should belong and who should have access to its files. You can set site-wide configuration options for all galleries and still override some of those options individually for each gallery...
  • Wiki Page: Group Permissions page

    The Permissions page is accessible through the group edit functionality. The page allows you to control the group user roles and assign privileges to the roles. You can modify the default permissions for the default roles; but we recommend that instead of changing the default permissions, you customize...
  • Wiki Page: User roles and permissions

    Roles and permissions determine the content users can see and the kinds of tasks they are allowed to perform within your Telligent Enterprise community. A role is, at its simplest, a group of permissions, customizable to your specific community. Each role can also have a role icon associated with it...
  • Wiki Page: Permissions defined

    The Site - Access Web Services and Group - Access Group Homepage permissions were removed in this release. Permissions can be granted to site-wide and group roles to control access to each area of the community. This document describes what each permission, if granted to a role, allows anyone...
  • Wiki Page: Add or remove a group member

    In this Article Add a member Add a role as a group member Invite a user Invite a user by user name Invite a user by email address Remove a group member In order to add a user as a member of a group, the user must first be created in the community . You can add a role as a group member . You can...
  • Wiki Page: Group features

    The group functionality helps you organize your Web site's content and enhance communication between the members of your community. In this Article Parent/child group architecture Support for multiple instances of applications Topic-driven navigation architecture Administrative functions separated...
  • Wiki Page: Group membership functionality

    In this Article Telligent Enterprise roles can be added as group members LDAP groups can be added as group members An LDAP group can be mapped to a Telligent Enterprise role Membership can be managed through the RESTv2 API Telligent Enterprise roles can be added as group members You can assign...
  • Wiki Page: Group roles

    If your group is of Joinless type, you do not need to manage membership because the group by definition has no members and all content is available to users based on site-wide roles, not group-level roles. Note : You must have the Group - Links widget loaded onto the page and configured with the Manage...
  • Wiki Page: Invite new user with an email registration link

    In this Article Joining a group by invitation email Limitation of community registration links via email A Telligent Enterprise user can either be invited to join the community or join a group by email. In the case of a group invitation, a user will be redirected to the group home page after registering...
  • Wiki Page: Move a group

    As groups grow and evolve, you may need to reorganize the content to make it more accessible to members of you community. You can move content to different applications within the group in a way that makes sense to users or even move it from one group to another. To move a group: Launch...
  • Wiki Page: Community Setup Guide

    When you set up your Telligent Enterprise community, you need to ensure that its structure matches the needs of the members and can provide you with the information you need to understand usage and performance. Before you walk through these steps to configure your community, you must first install Telligent...
  • Wiki Page: Cookie Authentication

    We recommend using Cookie Authentication if you are configuring Telligent Enterprise within an environment in which members of the community are already authenticating against an existing application that does not use Microsoft ASP.NET (e.g., PHP , ColdFusion ). Your members can then access your Telligent...
  • Wiki Page: Windows Authentication

    In this Article Configure Telligent Enterprise for Windows Authentication Configure IIS Related information We recommend using Windows Authentication if you are configuring Telligent Enterprise within an internal environment where members of the community are authenticated against Active Directory...
  • Wiki Page: Active Directory group mapping

    In this Article Enabling group mappings Configuring group mappings Add Remove Troubleshooting Reduce the administrative overhead involved with provisioning new users in your community by defining mappings between Windows security groups and Telligent Enterprise roles. With the mappings in place, as...
  • Wiki Page: Email integration

    Telligent Enterprise uses templates to send system emails or notifications to community users about ongoing activity in Telligent Enterprise - such as friendship requests and approvals, new accounts, password requests and changes and more. The email templates are contained in the emails.xml file which...
  • Wiki Page: Groups

    In this Article Group default presentation properties Add group content pages Groups define the areas of interest for your community and allow you to control the type of content and the access to that content for community members. You can define a group hierarchy with any number of groups and levels...
  • Wiki Page: Create a group

    To add a group to your community: Navigate to Control Panel > System Administration > Group Administration > Groups > New Group . Specify the name of the group in Name , which is the unique identifier to anyone who has permission to minimally see the group in any Group List...
  • Wiki Page: Create a group (for group owners)

    If you are a group owner, you can add a group without seeking out an administrator. To do so: In one of your group home pages, locate the Create new group option in the Group - Links ("Group Administration") widget. The Create a Group page appears. Select your options, much as...
  • Wiki Page: Delete a group (for group owners)

    If you are a group owner, you can delete a group without seeking out an administrator. To do so: In the group home page, click Edit this group in the Group - Links ("Group Administration") widget. The Configure > Group Setup page appears. Scroll down to the bottom of the page...