DAO profile

A DAO profile allows you to tell your DAO’s story and showcase your brand, as well as highlight your achievements and provide formal information.

DAO profile is for your community, ‘My profile’ is your public profile

Only members with the Admin role can edit a DAO profile. If you are an admin, you can do so in ‘Settings’ on the right side of your DAO’s profile page:

When editing your DAO profile, be sure to add the following:

1. Profile image - feature your DAO logo or image that represents the service you provide or your mission.

2. Cover image - this graphic is one of the most noticeable parts of a DAO page, so make the best of the design!

The cover image may be adjusted to fit the screen of the viewer, which can result in the image being trimmed horizontally or vertically. A high-quality image of recommended width and with little to no text will optimize the display across devices.

3. DAO name - choose a catchy name (you can change it later).

4. DAO description - tell the story of your DAO and describe your expertise. The ideal description is up to 180 characters. It will be put at the top of the page and should take up to 3 lines.

5. Smart contract - an active link to your smart contract address indicating the chain that was used to create a DAO.

6. Whitelist link - Google form, Typeform, landing page, etc., where you collect leads and add them to your member lists.

Before you start creating the form, we recommend learning about NFT airdrop so that you can include all the necessary fields in the application form

7. Public link - customize your DAO Profile URL to highlight it! This can be the name of your DAO or any other relevant address.

8. Add doc - upload up to 3 resources to help users learn about your DAO. Here you can link whitepaper, documentation, and guide links. Put the link and doc name to use it as an anchor.

9. Socials - add handles of social network accounts associated with your DAO. They will turn into clickable icons and will be displayed on the DAO profile.

Click Save changes and you're done!

This is how users will see your DAO:

  • Unauthorized users will be prompted to Connect wallet:

  • Non-members will see the following view:

‘Members’ and ‘Feed’ sections are hidden for unauthorized or those who are not members of the particular DAO, while NFT section is shown for everyone

Also, at the top right there is no ‘Settings’ menu for the ‘Member’ role because members don’t have permission to edit DAO’s information.

Editing a DAO profile do not require any transactions or gas fee

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