To get to know Uku better, you can try Uku with a demo account. After creating a new user, the demo account starts automatically - no payment is needed yet.

We have already added clients and tasks for the demo account, but you can add them too. You have the opportunity to explore almost all of Uku's options.

In the description of the created tasks, Uku gives you instructions on adding tasks, company accounts, and clients, creating recurring tasks for clients, and creating work plans for customers. You can also read more in the Uku help center.

Important: All created tasks, added clients, and other changes exist only in the demo version and disappear when you start working with Uku. There is no way to transfer them.

When you have tested enough, it is time to move on to doing the work. There is an "End demo" button in the lower-left corner of the page. By clicking on it, your personal Uku dashboard will open, where you can start adding clients, tasks, employees, etc.

If you have any questions, we recommend that you check the help center first, but we are always ready to answer your questions in the chat window, which you can find in the lower right corner.

If you are already an Uku user and have entered your clients, you always have the opportunity to try the demo account again. To do this, select "Settings" from the main menu. At the bottom of the page is an option "Start demo." All the data you added will remain.

NB! Previously created tasks will also appear when starting the demo in an already existing account. They are related to real customers, and when you track time for them, create contracts, etc., the data will transfer even when you finish the demo. To see only demo account tasks, you need to enter a filter. You can find filters by clicking on the funnel icon.

Click on the "+" icon and select the "Account" filter from the drop-down menu.

It is necessary to select "Demo" from the accounts. In this way, only the tasks related to the Demo account will appear on your dashboard, and there is no risk of accidentally entering data for the tasks of real clients.

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