Here's how it works: when you add a file to a Kerika card or whiteboard, it shows up in the list of attachments, like this
If you, or a Team Member, adds another file to the same card or whiteboard that has the same name and file type, Kerika automatically treats it as a new version of the same file, rather than a completely different file:
If you are using Kerika+Google, all your Kerika project files are stored in your Google Drive, and Google handles the file versions for you; you can get your older versions easily from the Google Docs menu:
And that's true if you are using Kerika+Box: Box will take care of the older versions automatically, although their user interface is slightly different.
If you signed up directly with Kerika, using an email address, we store your files in a special folder in Kerika's own Google Drive.
This means you get automatic tracking of versions as you upload files, thanks to Google.