Allow website users to engage in threaded conversations and ask and answer questions.
Post to Facebook and Twitter and monitor the impact of your posts on your audience, allow users to log in with their Facebook credentials, or display social media content on your websites.
Allow website users to contribute to the site's content. For example, you can create a wiki by leveraging user contributions.
Enable visitors to give numeric scores to pages.
Allow users to add an image to their user account.
Enable users to score points by performing actions on the website and earn higher ranks represented by badges.
Organize website users into community groups according to their interests. Groups can have their own pages, media libraries, forums, message boards, and other interactive features.
Allow users of your website to form virtual relationships and use them to share personal information and send messages.
Automatically filter out, replace, or report explicit content in forums, message boards, and private messages.
Allow users to report any offending or unsuitable content using a link or a button.
Allow users to send messages to each other. Includes a contact list and an ignore list.