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You haven't described your expected result, nor told us what "not working" means.

Bear in mind your task will all complete at roughly the same time, 90 seconds after you start them. You will only notice a single update to the textbox.

It's generally better to avoid async void methods[^]. And I'd be inclined to create a single Progress<T> instance and pass it in to the Getdata method.
C#
public async Task GetData(int i, IProgress<string> progress)
{
    progress.Report($"Task created {i}");
    await Task.Delay(60000 + i * 1000);
    progress.Report($"Task completed {i}");
}

private async Task Run(IProgress<string> progress)
{
    List<Task> tasks = new List<Task>();
    for (int i = 0; i < 5; i++)
    {
        tasks.Add(GetData(i + 1, progress));
    }
    
    await Task.WhenAll(tasks);
}

private void btnTask1_Click(object sender, EventArgs e)
{
    IProgress<string> progress = new Progress<string>(str => textBox1.Text = str);
    _ = Run(progress);
}




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