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Amity Social SDK allows engineers to integrate social communities and user feed capabilities without the hassle of deploying and maintaining any server infrastructure. Companies can now build user-powered social news feeds and notifications into their mobile and web app in no time. Enabling you to engage your customers with the same tools used by many of the popular social applications.
Let users create engaging content and engage with others through comments and reactions. Users can follow other users or topics and become members of various groups to get a personalized timeline of content.
Activity feeds are also a great feature to directly engage with users. You can communicate with your users directly by posting important messages as announcements.
Amity social SDK allows you to:
  • Connect users through formation of communities
  • Boost user engagement by user-generated posts/comments in communities
  • Personalize the feed based on user’s membership to different groups and communities
  • React to user-generated content with our reaction tools
  • Enable comments on posts within your application, seamlessly
  • Support multiple messaging formats when posting content
  • Manage & moderate communities and users in admin panel
  • Filter out content that includes profanity using our auto-block tools
  • Assign roles and permissions on a role-based system

Features

This page will guide you through the steps you need to take to integrate communities into your applications.

Posts

Here's an overview of posts and how you can get started with integrating them into your applications.

Comments

Here's an overview of how you can get started integrating comments into your applications‌.

Reactions

Let users react to messages, posts, and comments, which are visible to others.
Let your users showcase their unique personalities right in their timelines‌.
Lets you create a relationship between your users in social features.
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