When you create your Task Template, you have the option to develop a full landing page - a place where visitors can land, understand the value proposition of your Task Template, and signup.

Some of the sections are optional, but lets take a look at the full breakdown of the landing page you can view here:

You can edit and control 4 sections of the landing page:

  1. The header and subtitle

  2. The subheading and supporting copy

  3. 3 benefit boxes - image, title and description

  4. The feature section header text and 4 x feature boxes with title and description

In the Task Template administration popup you'll use 4 sections to create a landing page:

  1. Display name and description at the top of the page

  2. Publishing options (if you'd like to add a YouTube video

  3. Subheading section

  4. Benefits section

  5. Features section

These areas match the sections you'll see on your landing page once saved:

Different viewing options

After you have created your landing page, there are different ways you can view or share it. Using our example landing page https://task.io/r/food-bank-distribution:

You can also dynamically control the page header and subtitle which we cover here.

With your landing page completed, you can drive traffic to the page.

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