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Imagine having a collaborative task managing application like Trello but with web3 functions like sign-in using Metamask wallet, paying the contributors for completing the tasks with your DAO’s native tokens, and more. It would be awesome and make your DAO’s task management easy, right?

Well, that’s what Dework is all about. But that’s not it. There is more you can do with this tool.

Dework: Features & Functions

You already know how Trello’s board and card system work, right? Just in case you don’t know: You can create a task board (generally project name) and then add lists (like To do, In progress, In review, Done, Yet to be rewarded….) and in each list, you can add cards (individual tasks) and assign those tasks to multiple people.

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People who are working on those tasks can share the progress, add files, make comments, etc.

Basically, with Trello, task management becomes simple and easy.

Now, unless you are living under a rock, you already know what Linkedin is. A social media platform for job searching & networking.

Now using Dework, like Trello – you can manage tasks, and like Linkedin – you can find jobs (Open Bounties) that you can apply for directly. Most importantly you can do all of this in a web3 way.

And that means you don’t need a Gmail or mobile number to sign in. You don’t need a resume to apply for bounties. Your wallet is your identity and the tasks you complete will be your on-chain resume. Fully built for web3.

That’s cool, right?

From a DAO management point of view:

So, you have a DAO. The first thing you need to do is set up your DAO (takes 1 min) on Dework.

Once that is done, add all the tasks that need to be done (like a “To Do” list) and start inviting your existing contributors.

And if your DAO doesn’t have any, you can find people (contributors) to get the tasks done via Open Bounties.

Oh! How do they work?

All you need to do is create a task and attach a bounty to it and wait for people to apply.

PS: Apply like this and you’ll be rewarded 1000x. JK!

Once you receive a few applications with the messages of how they can help you, you can review their profiles (like reputation score, what projects he/she worked on in the past), and assign the task to any one of those who you think is the best.

Yeah, it’s that simple.

So, with Dework:

  • You can manage tasks with your existing contributors.
  • You can find new contributors and get tasks done.
  • You can pay them with in Dework via wallets with a token of your choice.

From a contributor’s point of view:

From the contributor’s side, Dework is a great tool to find work that you want to do.

On the Open Bounties page, you can find gigs listed with price, what you have to do, and more details related to the work that needs to be done. And on the left side, you can see a lot of tags that you can use as a filter to find the tasks that you are looking for.

If design is you skill, look for tags like “infographic”, “design”, “graphics”, “branding”, “graphic design”, etc. You got the idea, right?

So, once you find the task that suits your skills, click on “I am interested” and write a few lines on how you can get the task done and why they should trust you for this kind of work. And for some tasks you can directly submit the work.

And finally, don’t forget to link your wallet to receive payments once you finish the task. You can do that by going into your profile settings.

Final Tip: Make sure you also connect your Discord and Github (if you are a developer) to Dework.

Conclusion

Gig Economy is expected to grow with a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 17.4% and a tool like Dework can definitely help contributors find gigs, manage their tasks, build an on chain reputation and at the same time helping DAOs organize and assign the tasks to contributors easily.