When you sign up as a new user, you get presented with some choices:
If you are signing up from a free domain, like Gmail or Outlook, you will be prompted to create your own account – unless you had been invited to join someone's board, in which case you will be automatically added to their account.
If others from your company (domain) had already signed up, we encourage you to join an existing account rather than create your own, since this makes it more likely that you will end up working with your real-life coworkers.
You aren't forced to join anyone's account when you sign up; you can always create your own account, separate from all your coworkers. This can make sense if you are from a completely different department from within the same company, and don't expect to be collaborating with others who have already signed up as Kerika users.
Every new Kerika account gets a free 30 day trial, during which you can create as many boards as you liked, and share them with as many people as you like.
After your 30-day trial is over, you will still own your account, and any boards that you had previously created, and you will continue to be able to create new boards in your account. However, if you want to continue to have others work as Team Members or Board Admins, content and whiteboards – then you will need to pay for them.
Each account is associated with a specific email address:
The Account Owner has ultimate authority over all boards owned by that account:
Everyone who is a part of the Account Team can create new boards: these are automatically owned by that account, regardless of who created them.
Each board can be kept private or shared with the rest of the Account Team, and each board can have its own set of Board Admins, Team Members, and Visitors.>