DaoLens Overview

What is DaoLens?

Offers personalized onboarding for efficient information distribution and higher community engagement. Also allows tracking of member contributions and delegation of rewards. Provides task-based token-gating, proposals and voting, treasury management, and Discord verification for DAOs.

Main Features
AI-assisted community management
Gating based on roles, reputation, wallet holdings, and NFT traits
Linked bounties, proposals, and voting
Review, pay, and reward system
Bird's eye view into community activities
Blockchains
EthereumPolygon

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Frequently asked questions

AI-assisted community management works by utilizing artificial intelligence technology to automate and enhance various aspects of community management. With AI, tasks such as discussion management, bounties and task management, voting, payouts, education, and rewards can be streamlined and optimized.

Yes, you can automate group creation based on specific rules using DAO Manager. The platform allows you to automate groups based on pre-built rules that can be set up when you create a workspace. These rules can be based on various factors such as roles, reputation, wallet holdings, or traits of NFTs. DAO Manager also offers features such as linked bounties, proposals, and voting, as well as the ability to review submissions, pay contributors, and reward them with NFTs. Additionally, the platform provides tools for managing contributors, projects, bounties, courses, configuration, calendar, sub-guilds, and more.

Yes, according to their website, bounties, proposals, and voting are linked to community discussions in DAO Manager. Their website states, "Why have silos when you can have every task or bounty or vote linked to the original community discussions?" This suggests that these activities are connected to the discussions happening within the community.

To review submissions and pay contributors using DAO Manager, you can follow these steps:

  1. Join or claim your workspace: If you already have a workspace, you can join it. If you're new, you can create a workspace and go through the verification process, which takes less than 2 minutes.

  2. Import or invite members: Invite your core team and broader community members to join the workspace. You can import members along with their roles or use a link to allow them to join.

  3. Integrate existing toolings: If you already use tools for voting, payouts, tasks, etc., DAO Manager can integrate with them. You only need to integrate once, and that's it.

  4. Review submissions: Within DAO Manager, you can review the submissions made by contributors. This could include completed tasks, proposals, or bounties.

  5. Pay contributors: Once you have reviewed the submissions, you can pay the contributors directly from within the DAO Manager tool. This can be done with just one click, making the payment process efficient and convenient.

  6. Reward contributors with NFTs: In addition to payment, you can also reward contributors with non-fungible tokens (NFTs). This helps build their reputation and allows them to earn more by completing bounties.

By following these steps, you can effectively review submissions and pay contributors using DAO Manager.

In the bird's eye view of the community, you can see a calendar, sub-guilds, and an overview of everything happening within the community. This includes tracking the progress of projects, importing products from Github, and identifying any projects that may be slowing down. You can also see auto-verifiable quests and tasks, which help contributors build their reputation and earn rewards. Additionally, the bird's eye view provides AI-powered community management, combining features such as discussion management, bounties and task management, voting, payouts, education, and rewards. The DAO Manager platform offers the ability to join or claim a workspace, import or invite members, and integrate existing tools for voting, payouts, and tasks. It also offers AI-assisted community management, personal AI assistants for content creation and analysis, and automation of groups based on roles, reputation, wallet holdings, or NFT traits. The platform allows for linked bounties, proposals, and voting, as well as the ability to review submissions, pay contributors, and reward them with NFTs. The bird's eye view provides an overview of projects, bounties, courses, configuration, calendar, and sub-guilds within the community.

The available gating options for community members in DAO Manager include:

  1. Token Based: Community members can be gated based on the number of tokens they hold.

  2. NFT Based: Community members can be gated based on the traits of their NFTs.

  3. Wallet Address Based: Community members can be gated based on their wallet address.

  4. User Profile: Community members can be gated based on their user profile.

  5. Discord Role: Community members can be gated based on their role in Discord.

These gating options allow for automation of groups based on pre-built rules when setting up a workspace in DAO Manager.

The additional modules included in the Starter plan are Proposal Management, Project Management, Community & Channel Gating (Token Based, NFT Based, Wallet Address Based), User Profile, Discord Role, and Basic Integrations (Discord, NFT Based, Discourse, Twitter, Telegram, Metamask, Google Accounts, ENS, Wallet Connect, Gnosis Safe, Snapshot, Github, Dune Analytics, Open Sea, Notion, Google Forms, Typeform, Airtable, Figma). The Starter plan also includes 20 GB of storage and Standard Robin Access.

The additional modules included in the Premium plan are Dao Manager Modules, Bounty Management, Unified Events, Notification Management, Reputation Based Gating, and Training on External Database. The Premium plan also includes 50 GB of storage and Custom Development, Custom Integrations, Custom Blockchain Support, Custom Widgets, and Ecosystem features.

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