Allow users to stand out with customizable user profiles
- Users can upload eye-catching cover photos to customize their profile area.
- Easily switch between the user's profile and a stream of everything they've contributed.
- Status updates gives users a personal area to share their thoughts.
- The user's community reputation and any badge they've earned is shown prominently.
- For staff, the user's warning status is available - including any current punishments in effect.
- See who follows whom easily, and find new members to follow too.
- See an overview of custom user data filled out by the user.
Keep accounts secure with 2FA Updated in 4.2
Two-factor authentication (2FA) is built into Invision Community to provide an additional layer of security for user accounts. When performing certain actions, such as logging in, they'll be prompted to enter a code from their phone or answer security questions to verify their identity. 2FA can be enabled for all users, or just the member groups you're most concerned about, and be optional or required.
Protect accounts with alerts for unusual activity New in 4.2
Account security is critical in any organization, so users can review the devices on which they are currently logged in to check for suspicious activity, as well as receive an email alert whenever a new device logs in using their details. Administrators can review the devices in use for any user and choose to disable automatic sign-in for any of them, to protect the user and the community.
Gather custom user data
Custom profile fields make it easy to collect whatever data you need from users, either as a required part of the onboarding process or later at their convenience. 20 field types are available, and each field can appear on the user's profile or only be visible to staff - great for storing administrative data about each user. And, of course, users can search for other users based on any public field value.
Invision Community supports Gravatar, so that users who have an internet-wide avatar set up will see it on their Invision Community account automatically.
Users who haven't yet uploaded a profile photo will get an automatically-generated colorful letter photo using the first letter of their name.
Ranks are a fun way for users to 'level up' as they post more on your community. Assign each rank a unique image that shows on user profiles.
You can optionally allow users to sign in anonymously, meaning they won't show on active user lists or show as online. Staff can of course still see the user.
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Prevent troublemakers from impacting users.
Powerful tools for reviewing posted content.
Role-based permissions for high flexibility.
Get your content out to social media and beyond.
Extensive branding capabilities built-in.