## What is included in the integration NuGet package
A UI module that integrates the Optimizely Content Recommendations dashboards and configuration in the Optimizely Platform navigation.
Automatically adds visitor behavior tracking to pages, to build user behavior profiles that can give relevant content recommendations.
A Content Recommendations block that editors can add to pages where they want content recommendations to appear.
A subscription to the Content Recommendations service and the appropriate configuration information for the environment (see Configuration section below), and user login credentials for the Content Recommendations UI.
An Optimizely Content Management System (CMS) website implementation that uses [RenderRequiredClientResources](🔗) in the HTML head element. (This is where the tracking script will be injected.)
The website implementation has been set up for [Collecting metadata](🔗).
The website is open to the public internet so the Content Recommendations service can reach it and index the site content.
Before installing Content Recommendations, make sure you have widget deliveries set up. Otherwise, you will not see any widget deliveries in the drop-down widget selector.
Install the [EPiServer.Personalization.Content.UI](🔗) package in your Optimizely solution. If you have already set up your NuGet feed, skip to Step 6.
In Visual Studio, select **Tools **>** NuGet Package Manager **>** Package Manager Settings**.
Select **Package Manager** > **Package Sources**.
Click **Add** (+) to add a new package source.
Add _Episerver_ as **Name**, and the package **Source \***<https://nuget.optimizely.com/feed/packages.svc/*>.
NuGet package manager has to be version 2.8.50126.477 or higher to install Optimizely packages.
Open the solution file in Visual Studio and make sure the solution file is **saved** (required to make the NuGet tools available).
In the **Solution Explorer**, right-click on **References** for the project, and select **Manage NuGet Packages**.
Select **Updates** for the Optimizely package source, to locate available updates for your solution, and click **Update** for the desired packages.
When the installation/update is completed, rebuild the solution.
Add the required configuration keys (see the Configuration section).
The following _appsettings.json_ for CMS 12 and _web.config_ for CMS 11 appSetting keys are used to set up the integration. For example:
|Environment - episerver:personalization.content.Environment||The environment for the account. For production environments this is _idio.co_ but could be _staging.idio.co_ for the environment, and so on.|
|ClientName - episerver:personalization.content.ClientName||**[New in 0.3.0]** <br>The friendly name of the client account in the service that is used to access the UI, such as \_mywebsite_in <https://manager.idio.co/mywebsite>|
|ClientId - episerver:personalization.content.ClientId||The alphanumeric client identifier of the account in the service that is sent with the tracking script.|
|ApiToken - episerver:personalization.content.ApiToken||The token used to authenticate to the API endpoint that provides available recommendation widgets to the property on the Content Recommendations block.|
|episerver:personalization.content.DisableDefaultTracking||Optional. If set to _true_, the default tracking script is not rendered in the HTML head section. Use this if you want to customize the tracking script or already have the tracking script included and do not want to remove it.|
## Add recommendation block to a page
At least one widget delivery needs to be set up in the Engage/Deliveries view of the Content Recommendations UI, see [Setting up deliveries](🔗).
In CMS edit view, create and place a new instance of the Content Recommendations block on a page.
Use the **All Properties**view for the block to set:
The number of recommendations to show.
Which widget delivery to pull recommendations from.
An HTML fragment using templates for content properties to render the recommendation.
Omit the script element surrounding the template because it is automatically included by the integration.
Publish the block and the page.