Task blog

Written by Steve Walker
on May 26, 2020

For the past couple of months we’ve been focusing a lot of our time and resources on supporting food banks.

It first came to our attention in early April as one of the Task team, Shoaib Malik (Mohd), had launched a food bank with his friends in India. We migrated that on to the Task app platform, before reaching out to other food banks across the world to see how we could help them scale more efficiently.



We now have a number of food banks on Task and as we continue to discover more that are struggling to keep up with the demand and looking at ways to automate their operations, the next obvious step has been to create some onboarding and training tutorials.

To do that we have launched a course on Udemy, the leading global marketplace for teaching and learning, connecting millions of students to the skills they need to succeed.

The course is free and here to be accessed by anyone who is working for a food bank and would like to utilize Task. While the course will take you through setting up some typical workflows for Food Banks, completing the course will allow you to use Task's workflow and process optimisation potential in many areas of your business.

So please make use of the course and if you know someone else who runs a food bank, please share this update.


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