1. Go to your Google Apps Admin console
2. Click on the "Apps" button
3. Go to "Marketplace Apps"
4. Click on "Add Services"
5. Search for Kerika
6. Click on "Install App"
7. Get ready to install
8. Accept the Terms
10. All done...
Kerika works beautifully with all flavors of Google Apps (G-Suite):
When you add any desktop files to a Kerika project board (Task Board, Scrum Board or Whiteboard), these files are automatically stored in a special folder within the Account Owner's Google Drive.
All your Kerika related files are neatly stored within a single folder called "Kerika.com". Inside this folder you will see sub-folders for your own Kerika account, and for each other account where you have joined one of the project teams.
Your board team members always have the right access to the right files:
You don't have to worry about managing file permissions or file storage in any way: you can just deal with tasks and people in a normal way, and be confident that your files are always getting shared the right way, with the right people.
Kerika plays nicely with all of your other Google Drive files, and all of your other applications and tools. Instead of spraying your files all over your Google Drive, Kerika puts everything inside a single folder called "Kerika.com".
Inside this folder you will find a subfolder named for your personal Kerika account. (Remember: every user gets their very own Kerika account.) And, you will find subfolders that match all the other Kerika users who have added you to their boards.
For example, if Alice is a user, and is working on boards owned by Bob and Charles, Alice's Google Drive will
contain folders that look like this:
Alice's Google Drive
As Alice creates more boards in her account, more subfolders will appear inside her Google Drive, all located in Google Drive > Kerika.com > Alice's Account
And, as Alice gets added to more boards that are owned by Bob, corresponding subfolders will get added to her Google Drive, like this: Google Drive > Kerika.com > Bob's Account > Another Board
This neat arrangement of files is managed by Kerika, so everything seems to just work like magic...