This example of a Whiteboard includes not just a process flow, but also files that have been added from the user's desktop and content from the Web.
You can attach any kind of content, to any canvas:
A Whiteboard is infinitely tall and wide, and it can contain any number of other Whiteboards that are layered inside it!
To visit this example, just click here, and you can see how this rich Whiteboard can be accessed in real-time just like any regular web page:
In the example above, the shapes on the Whiteboard can be opened up to reveal new canvases contained within it. It's a unique and powerful concept, one that you won't find anywhere else — we patented it ;-)
Each Whiteboard can be kept private, or shared with others.
Every Whiteboard can also be published, in real-time, as a regular Web page: this makes it possible for you to make your Whiteboards accessible by people who are not Kerika users.
This can be done with one simple trick: every Kerika board has a unique URL that always starts as "https://kerika.com/m/..." Just replace the "/m/" with "/c/" and your Whiteboard can be viewed as a simple Web page.