This page explains the basic functionality of Tasks, helping new users to earn by completing quality work demanded by the team or the DAO.

What are Tasks?

On Social Mining, Tasks are assignments prepared by the team or the DAO that govern the project to incentivize verified community members to complete these tasks for rewards.

Tasks allow the team or the DAO to outsource work to trusted individuals outside the core team. These trust individuals are Social Mining users who completed the profile setup and onboarding survey, meaning their skills and expertise are verified by administrators.

Rewards for Tasks can be Reputation, Points, or the project's native tokens.

How to participate in Tasks?

Users must complete the profile setup and the onboarding survey to be eligible for Tasks participation.

Types of Tasks

Based on the accessibility, Tasks can be classified as Open, Role-based, and Group Tasks.

  • Open Tasks are open to all users to participate. These Tasks are usually easy Tasks, such as social media Tasks.

  • Role-based Tasks are accessible to users with respective roles. For example, design Tasks will only be open to users with the role of Graphic Designer.

  • Group Tasks are accessible to users who joined the respective group. For example, the application alpha testing Task will only be open to users who joined the alpha testing group.

Tasks can be Easy, Medium, or Hard based on the difficulties.

  • Easy Tasks:

Every time one of the main narratives is published by the team, there should be Tasks to shill the narrative in every significant language group. This allows everyone from the community to participate.

These Tasks can ask users to shill content created by the team, community influencers, and community leaders.

  • Medium Tasks:

Medium Tasks are Tasks that the team uses to engage and educate the community. These Tasks are often not too complex and take less than an hour for users to complete. The main goal usually is to get the community involved and engaged.

These Tasks often require users with a specific role to participate, such as translation Tasks and design contests.

  • Hard Tasks:

These Tasks are most challenging to complete, usually take users to work on them over a week. Hard Tasks often give users the most rewards.

These Tasks often ask users to generate high-quality content or involve on project development.

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