The Livefyre Adobe Experience Manager Package seamlessly integrates Livefyre’s industry-leading Social Depth Applications with your existing AEM site and creation tools.
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With AEM, you can discover and publish valuable user-generated content from social networks to your site in minutes, using Livefyre Apps. Features in using Livefyre with AEM include
Follow this series of steps to install and configure AEM for Livefyre.
To install and use an AEM Sites and Assets package you need AEM 6.2 GA or 6.3 GA. To set up AEM for Livefyre:
Ensure you have the items in this list in order to install and use AEM Communities.
To install and use an AEM Communities Package, you will need:
Follow these steps to Install Livefyre for AEM 6.1 or 6.2 without AEM Assets.
For more information on downloading and installing AEM packages, see Downloading and Installing Packages from Package Share on docs.adobe.com.
To install the Livefyre for AEM package for 6.1 or 6.2:
Follow the steps to install and use Livefyre with AEM Assets.
To install AEM Assets for use with Livefyre:
Configure AEM to use your organization’s Livefyre license credentials.
The Livefyre for AEM package includes an out-of-the-box integration between AEM Identity Management’s User Profiles and Livefyre’s SSO service.
When users log into your AEM site, they are also logged into Livefyre social components, and when a logged-out user attempts to use a Livefyre component feature that requires authentication (like uploading a photo), the Livefyre component can initiate user authentication.
The default authentication integration may not be perfect for every site. To best match the authentication flow in your site templates, you may want to override the default Livefyre Authentication Delegate to meet your needs.
For more information on customizing an Auth Delegate, see Identity Integration on answers.livefyre.com.
For more on AEM Clientlibs, see Using Client-Side Libraries on docs.adobe.com.
Follow these steps to use Livefyre components with AEM Sites and Communities.
After you install and configure the Livefyre for AEM package, you can add Livefyre social components to any AEM page.
To add Livefyre components to your page, the page must inherit a Livefyre Cloud Service configuration from its parent page or have the configuration added directly to the page.
Add Livefyre components to a page in AEM.
For more information on how to insert a component, see Editing Page Content on docs.adobe.com.
Follow these steps to publish a Livefyre Component to a page in AEM.
You can import Twitter and Instagram user-generated content (UGC) from Livefyre Studio to AEM Assets using the UGC Importer.
Import UGC content to AEM Assets by:
To import assets into AEM, perform the following steps:
Select content from your Livefyre Library or run real-time searches across Twitter and Instagram.
Selecting UGC content is the first step in importing UGC content to AEM Assets.
Request rights for assets you want to import from the UGC Library, Twitter, or Instagram.
You must select UGC to import into AEM Assets before you can request rights for those assets. You can:
Choose one of the following options under Actions in Bulk:
You can see the status of a pending Rights Request for an asset in Livefyre Studio.
Display UGC on your AEM site.
You can use UGC in AEM Sites or Communities in one of two ways:
AEM Commerce users can seamlessly integrate their existing product catalog into Livefyre to drive user engagement in Livefyre's visualization Apps.
After you import the product catalog, the products show up in real time in your Livefyre instance. If you edit or delete items in your AEM Commerce Product Catalog, the changes automatically update in Livefrye.
You can use an AEM Livefyre App with Hootsuite to stream assets from your AEM Livefyre libraries into Hootsuite. For more information about using the AEM Livefyre App with Hootsuite, see https://apps.hootsuite.com/0/adobe-livefyre