We have added the University of Malaya to the list of domains from which people can automatically qualify for a free Academic Account: anyone signing up for Kerika+Google with a um.edu.my email — students, teachers and administrators — can automatically qualify to have up to 10 Team Members working on boards owned by their account.
We have added temple.edu to the list of domains that automatically qualify for free Academic Accounts — just sign up with your @temple.edu email and you can have up to 10 Team Members working on the Task Boards, Scrum Boards and Whiteboards owned by your account.
A free Academic Account is intended to help students and educators get more done with their teams: a free Account has all the features of Kerika, but is limited to a maximum of 10 Team Members working on boards owned by that Account.
Every user can set up their own Account, so effectively it is possible for a very large group of students and educators to use Kerika free for their academic work!
If you are interested in getting Kerika for your (nonprofit) school or college, please get in touch!
OK, another tutorial video done: this time on how to use Kerika with Box.
Kerika works seamlessly with Box for secure storage of all your project files: just sign up as a Kerika user with your Box ID, and all your Kerika files will be stored in your own Box Account, where they will always be under your control.
This tutorial video shows you how.
Intended audience for this video: new Kerika users who want to leverage Box.
We have added Talladega University, located in the city of Talladega, Alabama, to the list of schools and colleges where users can automatically get free Academic Accounts from Kerika when they sign up.
This means that anyone with a talladega.edu email address who signs up for Kerika will automatically get a free Academic Account, allowing them to have up to 10 people working as Board Admins and Team Members on their boards.