1. Log into your AE dashboard
2. Allowlist the domain of the site on which the code will be embedded.
This is for security reasons, to prevent other people from using your unique code on unauthorized websites.
An additional query parameter can be added to the AEJS snippet to add registered members to a specific segment. eg. /framework/js/123?segment=456.
You now have the full AE JS Framework at your disposal. You can use the AEJSReady function to assign callback events and edit the text and functionality of AE Connect.
5. You're all set to add social apps and using them on your site
For each service you've added (e.g. Facebook, Twitter, Spotify), your members will be given the option of signing in to your site using their account on these services. You can find more information on adding social services to AE Connect here.
Are you Spotify focused? You also have the option of tracking your fans with our custom Spotify buttons. Learn how to add a Presave button, Follow Artist, Follow User or Add Track button to your website!
The URL in the code below, "https://example.com/handler", refers to your website URL (with the 'handler', which is the specific login/register/logout/etc. page it should redirect to) to return to once the link action is complete. For example: https://your-website-here.com/login.
For Enterprise users: If you'd like to take a more manual approach, you'll also be given a unique URL for each service that you can add to your site that for the member to use for registration. These URLS can be found in the "URL Authenticator" section, found in the AE Connect page.