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.
And what if you signed up directly with Kerika, without using a Google or Box ID?
We provide an easy way to get to older versions of a file for users who signed up directly: when you are previewing a file, click on the Older versions of this file link on the top-right.