SystemTek just published an article on the top free project management tools, and we are pleased to note that Kerika ranks #1 on the list, ahead of Trello, Asana, Clickup and Todoist.
The article notes that Kerika comes with:
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Mirror Review features Kerika in an article on lesson planning! From the article:
Choosing the right lesson planner is important as it directly impacts your ability to organize teaching materials efficiently and save time in the long run. Kanban tools have gained popularity among teachers due to their visual and flexible nature. There are many tools available in the market like Clickup and Trello. But if you’re looking for a cost-effective tool that caters specifically to educators, Kerika is the standout choice.
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An article on the Top 10 Challenges to Effective Time Management that features Kerika. The Top 10 Challenges are:
- Lack of prioritization
- Interruptions and Distractions
- Ineffective Planning
- Lack of Delegation
- Failure to Set Boundaries
- Neglecting Self-Care
The article goes on to say
Task management tools are your allies in the battle for effective time management. They come in various shapes and sizes, each offering unique features to help you stay organized and on top of your tasks. One such tool is Kerika, which offers flexibility by working seamlessly on all browsers and platforms, making it a versatile choice for individuals managing tasks across multiple devices.
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“Kerika just got better…” is a message you are seeing almost daily, and that’s thanks to the massive 2-year effort that overhauled our old backend and made it much easier to push out changes.
We are now rolling out bug fixes and feature improvements on a daily basis, using our modern architecture. Previously we had to batch these up and do large upgrades; now we can push out the smallest changes, when we feel they are ready to go.
Under the old architecture taking the servers down for maintenance was a painful necessity; now changes can be deployed without any downtime.
All changes still go through extensive internal testing, and new features go through a lot of usability testing in particular, before anything gets pushed out.
It’s not often you need to look at the detailed history of a task (card) but sometimes you need to know exactly what happened, when, and who did what.
Our latest version has a much improved Task History, as you can see from these examples:
Every change made to a task is logged and the HISTORY tab of the task details dialog shows you not just who made a change and when, but also what the change was.
Where attachments were added, these are shown as links so you can quickly view it by clicking on the link.
Status changes show the old and new values for the status.
Due date changes also show the old and new due dates.
When it comes to sub-tasks (checklist items), the new history view is greatly improved:
You can see every instance of a checklist item changing, including renaming (editing), changing the assignments, and changing the due dates.
An effort that took 2 years finally completed yesterday when we updated the Kerika app.
This massive project involved rewriting everything on the back-end of Kerika in order to modernize the architecture and set up us for a more rapid development of end-user functionality, as well as making it easier to release new versions in the future using Docker container.
Our old backend was not well designed: everything ran as a single monolithic server. Over the years we moved slowly away from that, by building new features as microservices, and while that helped a little, it wasn’t enough.
We had reached a point where it was taking exponentially more time to build new features, and we were facing operational risk as well because the old backend was poorly understood and document.
A complete rewrite was necessary, and we bit the bullet on that a couple of years ago. There was significant cost and complexity but our great team powered through all the challenges, particularly when it came to transitioning our main database away from MySQL (hosted as RDS, by Amazon) to a NoSQL model using Google’s Firestore service.
Now that we are done we can start delivering more functionality, starting with support for non-English languages.
Stay tuned for our first non-English language, which will be Hindi, to be offered in a couple of weeks.
Once again Kerika is featured in an article, this time on the 6 Project Management Techniques For Work-Life Balance at Namaste UI.
The techniques include:
- Treating Work-Life Balance as a Cycle
- Prioritization and Time Management
- Agile Project Management
- Delegation and Collaboration
- Setting Realistic Goals and Expectations
- Regular Evaluation and Reflection
To quote from the article:
Tools like Kerika can help you see and analyze how your projects are going, so you can find patterns, things that slow you down, and ways to get better.
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Windows Techno recently featured Kerika an article on the 8 Steps for Planning an Email Marketing Campaign. The steps:
- Choose a Task Management Tool. (Yes, Kerika was their #1 choice!)
- Set your Goals
- Choose your Audience
- Create a Compelling Subject Line
- Write Engaging Content
- Include a clear Call To Action
- Optimize your emails for Mobile
- Include A/B Testing
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It’s been great to see the reviews come in on Sourceforge and Slashdot, where Kerika is listed as a leader in the Task Management category! Click on the badges below to check out the reviews:
Website Planet featured an interview with Arun Kumar, CEO of Kerika, where he talks about Kerika journey from concept to getting 330K downloads from the Google Workspace Marketplace. Topics covered include:
The interview was conducted with Bethenny Carl from Website Planet.