# <iframes> list

# Definition

The iframes allow you to integrate part of your Cocoom knowledge base, to integrate it into your exiting tools: on an intranet, an extranet, a web page, a desktop app containing web integration, ...

To do this, you must know how to insert iframe on a web page, or have tools that allow you to do so.

🕵️ All these "windows" will always be protected, users must be authorized and connected to display the content of an <iframes> Cocoom, either by an automatic SSO connection, or by their Cocoom credentials.

WARNING

Cocoom iframes cannot be publicly displayed on your website.

READERS

If you wish to make Cocoom be available to a wide audience / to a community of readers, "extranet" package allowing a large volume of readers is available.

Contact the sales department to know more about it : sales@cocoom.com.

# List of available iframes URLs

☝️ Base URL path is always the same

https://<YOUR_DOMAIN>.cocoom.com/embed

You must then add the following URL parts after your base URL to create your custom iframe.

Cocoom Part URL Details
My selection /myselection user subscriptions selection
Breaking News /breakingnews “Breaking news”
Headlines /headlines "Breaking news" headlines
a specific channel /channels/<channel ID> all publications of a specific channel (also called thread)
Directory /directory full base directory
User profile /people/<user ID> user specific profile
Notifications /notifications user notifications
Mon actions /myactivities all actions done by user (creation/interactions/bookmarks)
My settings /settings user account configuration
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