Right now, most DAO contributors have to keep up with Discord + Notion + Google Docs + Github in order to figure out what they, and everyone else, should be working on. Clarity designed an all-in-one tool that fixes these pain points. It doesn’t bombard you with notifications like Discord, its token-gated permissions are simpler than both Notion and Google Docs, and unlike Github, it’s also designed for non-technical contributors.
Clarity helps contributors increase their efficiency by tracking tasks and goals while also providing a lasting, single point-of-reference so everyone knows what’s being worked on (and why). It manages to do all this with a tidy, intuitive interface.
Clarity is a shared contribution space, with different sections:
Ultimately, Clarity is designed to help you work in quite a specific way, making sure plans and tasks add up into an overarching vision (OKR style), and integrating documentation with task management. This is well-suited for DAOs because it retains historical knowledge that would otherwise be lost if individual contributors moved on, a common occurrence in the space.
The fast and smooth UX is Clarity’s main strength. For example, instead of having a Google Doc / Notion for note taking, and then setting up the action items in Trello/Jira/Github, you can directly transform your notes into tasks in two clicks without leaving Clarity.