Configure HCL Connections on-premise | HCL Digital Experience

Bring the power of HCL Connections to your portal applications.

The following HCL Connections portlets for HCL Digital Experience are supported through HCL Connections Version 5 and HCL Digital Experience 8.5 CF08.
Note: If you plan to integrate with HCL Connections Version 5.5 and HCL Digital Experience 8.5 CF08 and higher, access the Social Rendering Templates for Digital Data Connector documentation at HCL Software Support.
  • Activities – Collaboration tool for collecting, organizing, sharing, and reusing work related to a project goal.
  • Activity Stream – Integration portlet that you can use to monitor and interact with people and content that you are following.
  • Blogs – Online journals you can use to deliver timely information with a personal touch.
  • Bookmarks – Social bookmarking tool that you can use to save, organize, and share internet and intranet bookmarks.
  • Tags – Meaningful keywords you can use to find associated content.
  • Profiles – Directory of colleagues you can use to build a network and locate expertise.
  • Wikis – Repository for sharing and collaborating on pages of interest to your group.
  • Forums – View and contribute to discussion topics.
  • Community Overview – View basic community information like the description, tags, and community owners. Perform basic community actions from the portlet.
  • Blogs Summary – Choose a view to see a snapshot of recent, or featured blog activity
  • Profiles Summary – View a summary of information about your colleagues.
  • Forums Summary – View a list of forums that you can access.
  • Bookmarks Summary – View a list of bookmarks you can access.
  • Library – Upload, manage, organize, and collaborate on community files that are contained in a library.

You can also deploy community pages, which are portal pages that are associated with communities from HCL Connections communities. Portlets on community pages are automatically scoped to the community membership and display content from the community in the portlets. For example, if your community contains a forum, add the forum portlet to a community page, for portal users to view and interact with the forum content from a Portal application.