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After login to a Typo3 website the user is presented a welcome plugin, that shows basic information like the last login, the number of new private messages and so on.
Welcome View

Welcome View

Each frontend (FE) user has its own profile page, where he may present himself to the community users. All fields may be edited with a separate plugin provided by the Community as well.

User Profile View

User Profile View

In addition to the previously shown basic profile, each user is provided a personal photo gallery. The gallery currently features multiple albums per user, fine grained access control and many other sexy functions.

Personal Gallery - Album list

Personal Gallery - Album list

Personal Gallery - Album details

Personal Gallery - Album details

The following picture shows the Community’s userlist page, which displays detailed information on the website’s users. However, each user may decide in his profile settings, if he wants to be displayed in the list.

Userlist

Userlist

Another nice feature of the Community is its messaging system. So, each user is able to receive private messages from other users. Of course, one can also send messages to members of a community.

Messaging System

Messaging System

There’s still more to be shown…

…but that is it for the moment. 🙂 Actually the Community provides a lot more features that could not be shown in this sneak peak: e.g. the comprehensive backend administration facility (including a mailing module, a gallery administration, …). So, you should give it a try in your own Typo3 installation to explore the Community in detail.

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