Look in this section for information on making settings related to how the application
handles content, including setting size limits and threading for discussions, plus enabling
search, spell checking, and more.
Managing Impact Metrics
You can see Impact Metrics for Documents, Blog Posts, Discussions, and Videos when you enable Cloud Analytics for your site. You can see Impact Metrics for only Documents and Blog Posts if your site instead uses the Analytics database.
Configuring Structured Outcomes
The Structured Outcomes feature lets users mark top-level content items, as well as comments and replies, as Final, Official, Outdated, and so on. You can select which marking options community users will see, or disable them altogether. You can also limit this feature to specific users or a group of users.
Configuring Badge Thresholds
You can configure when the Most Liked badge will be displayed on top-level content items, and when discussions marked as questions will display the Assumed Answered badge.
Disabling the Your View Feature
The Your View feature allows your community members to create a page just for themselves that they can configure with a variety of data tiles. Your View helps community users quickly navigate to their favorite people, places, and content. This feature is enabled by default.
Configuring Discussions Application-Wide
Application-wide discussion settings control useful but performance-intensive features such as read tracking and thread mode. You can also set some aspects of how threads marked as questions should be handled.
Blogs and blog content can be managed in several ways depending on their location.
Enabling Social Media Sharing
You can enable or disable the ability of community users to share community content to a variety of social media channels, such as Facebook, Twitter, and Gmail. By default, this feature is disabled. For security reasons, we recommend not enabling this feature in internally-facing communities (typically those that involve only employees or other internal audiences).
Configuring Support for Embedded Images Jive users can insert images in documents and blog posts. The Images settings control the behavior of embedded images, as opposed to images that are attached to content as links.
Using the Sitemap Feature
The sitemap feature is enabled by default in external Jive communities (typically those used by an organization's customers and vendors), so that web crawlers can more easily find and index a community's pages. From the Admin Console, you can turn off this feature or manually send a sitemap update to specific search engines.
External File Storage
Jive can integrate with a number of external storage solutions on a licensing basis. You can integrate it with many more storage providers with minimal development.
Configuring Video Jive supports videos in your community, but you need to whitelist certain IP addresses to provide uploaded videos when your community is behind a firewall. In addition, you can customize the video providers your community uses.
Configuring Ratings and Liking
You can configure the way ratings and liking for different types of content work to make them a more or less prominent feature of your community.
Reindexing Browse Data
Browse reindexing is available for troubleshooting indexing problems with browse content.
Administrators can control the default behavior of feeds used to stay current on content changes.
Filtering and Formatting Content
You can use filters and macros to make text changes to text at run time. Use the Admin Console to turn these changes on or off, or to change the settings that control how they work.
Interceptors perform actions on incoming requests that seek to post content. You can configure interceptors on the Interceptors page of the Admin Console.
Basic Spam Prevention
You can use a variety of best practices to avoid spam in your community. Here are some general spam prevention strategies, as well as those that target specific spammers.
You can search community content for specific users and export content as XML if it's needed for legal reasons or internal investigations. This is an optional, add-on feature. Contact your Jive representative for more information.