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NFT admin panel
The NFT admin panel is where DAO admins can create and customize their DAO's NFT collection. This article will walk you through doing that.
Step one: connect a wallet that has admin rights in the DAO you're editing. Only admin accounts have NFT editing privileges.
To access the NFT admin panel, go to the DAO homepage and click “Customize”. The collection customization page will open (it may take a minute to load). All NFT features you choose will be saved on the blockchain. They will appear on Superdao and Polygon-friendly NFT marketplaces like Opensea.
Here is everything you can edit:
The collection name is part of the first impression and will appear on Superdao and NFT marketplaces. Try to think of something catchy! Note that the collection name is not the same as the NFT name.
The collection symbol is a short name for your NFT collection, just like ETH for Ethereum.
The description is the text that will be displayed on the main DAO page in Superdao. It’s a chance to tell the world what makes your project unique and why people should participate.
The fee is a royalty charged to the holder of an NFT when they decide to sell it to someone else. The royalty fee can be up to 10% of the resale price. When someone buys an NFT from your DAO for the first time, no royalty is charged.
An NFT tier represents the type of NFT you want to give to DAO members. A tier is a tool for arranging the NFT collection into NFT groups, but the value you give to these groups is up to you. Tiers convey identity, status, or special privileges to their holders.
Examples: Tiers of DAO roles: Founding team, Core team, Community contributor Tiers of investment levels: Bronze, Silver, Platinum Tiers as achievements: Top 10% performer, Employee of the year, etc.
The tier name is its main identifier. NFTs minted in the tier inherit the name of the tier. When naming a tier, it is useful to name it in a way that hints at the utility or status it provides.
The description is where you can communicate the meaning of the tier. It's an opportunity to explain why members should claim/buy it. The tier description can take up to 500 characters and appears on the NFT tier page and each particular NFT page when minted.
This field stands for the type of NFT artwork.
There are two options:
- Single artwork — each minted NFT will have the same artwork;
- Random — one of the uploaded artworks will be randomly allocated to each NFT minted within the tier. For example, if you upload 3 artworks and limit the NFT tier to 60 mints, 20 NFTs will be minted with each artwork.
Artwork, most often a visual cue, it is what makes the NFT recognizable.
Superdao supports image artworks in .png, .jpeg, .webp, .gif, .svg (up to 700kb per images) and .mp4, .webm, .quicktime, .mpeg, .ogg, .ogv, .m4v (up to 4MB per video).
This refers to the ability of the NFT holder to transfer NFTs to another wallet. By default, transferability is turned off.
When transferability is turned on, you have to select a date from which the NFT becomes transferable. If you select a future date, it means that the holder will not be able to transfer the NFT of this tier to another wallet or sell it until that date.
Once you are done editing your collection and are sure everything is just right – press “Save”. The loading may take some time, but eventually, your connected wallet will open a window to approve the transaction.
Make sure the gas you are paying for the transaction is not zero, because if it is, the transaction will not be executed. During high loads of the chain, it may take time to calculate optimal gas.