Work doesn't have to be complicated for Kerika to be useful: even a simple To Do list can be created in just seconds, and shared with anyone, anywhere.
Here's an example: we have a few items waiting in the To Do column, one item in the In Progress column, and one item in Done.
As new work items show up, they can be added by simply clicking on the "+ New Card" button that appears at the bottom of every column.
(It wouldn't make sense to add cards directly to Done, so there's no button for that column.)
It's easy to add more details about the work to each card so that everyone who views your Kerika board knows exactly what's going on.
Within each card, you can have a list of tasks.
Each task can be assigned to a Team Member and scheduled, and Kerika is smart about rolling up all that information so you can see at a glance what needs to get done, by whom, and when.
You can chat about your ideas or tasks, right on the card itself: these conversations can get pushed to you as emails, if you like, and they remain forever connected to the card making it easy to retrieve even months after a board has finished.
You can link useful content to each task: files from your laptop, or anything from your Intranet or the Internet.
Kerika is smart about dealing with Web content: videos, pictures – even maps – appear as small thumbnails for easy viewing.
Every card contains a complete history of everything that was done, by whom, and when.
This makes it easy to go back to a board, even years later, and recall everything that happened on a particular project.
We provide a useful library of process templates, but what's even better is we let you create your own library of best practices and standard workflows.
Your Kerika Due Dates can show up automatically in your Apple, Microsoft or Google Calendar, and your Calendar will automatically stay updated even as your Due Dates change.