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"In terms of the most valuable features, I like that we can compare a report to our templates. That is really useful. I saw that it has all of these templates that I can use. I also love that I can use my own images.""I really liked the sticky notes. They made it easy to change the colors, just click and add ideas, move those ideas around, and then connect them. I felt like they were very intuitive and easy to use."

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"Online Collaboration made it easy to brainstorm.""Integrations with so many other tools make this platform highly useful."

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"The tracing is inaccurate and we have to do the drawing ourselves.""There are still some things that are a little confusing or too advanced, which is why it's not easy to use and hop on. There could be some other features that could be added, like other templates."

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"Maybe at some point, Miro should be able to use AI to provide analysis from the brainstorming sessions or files fed into it.""It should have a desktop version."

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  • "I was using the web version. I don't know what I signed up for, but I don't think I paid anything. It was just free."
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    Lucidspark is a virtual whiteboard where teams can bring their best ideas to light. Collaborate in real time, no matter where you are. Lucidspark helps people organize notes and scribbles and turn them into presentation-ready concepts. When it’s time for next steps, teams can develop workflows and process documents to turn ideas into reality. Features include: integrations, infinite canvas, sticky notes, freehand drawing, chat, templates, timer, voting, and more.

    With Lucidspark, you can not only brainstorm ideas as a team but then refine and organize those ideas to drive action. Features like assisted grouping and Lucidchart import/export help users turn ideas into plans and strategies.

    Lucidspark is part of the Lucid suite, the only visual collaboration suite that helps teams see and build the future from idea to reality. Users can start ideating in Lucidspark and then seamlessly move to Lucidchart and Lucidchart Cloud Insights to complete the full project lifecycle and make their ideas a reality.

    Miro is a collaborative online whiteboard platform that enables teams to work together remotely, brainstorm ideas, and visualize concepts. With its intuitive interface and extensive range of features, Miro has become a popular tool for remote teams, designers, and educators.

    One of the key features of Miro is its vast library of templates and widgets, which allows users to quickly create various types of visual content such as mind maps, flowcharts, wireframes, and user journey maps. These templates provide a starting point for collaboration and help teams to structure their ideas effectively.

    Miro also offers real-time collaboration, allowing team members to work together on the same board simultaneously. Users can leave comments, mention team members, and have discussions directly on the board, eliminating the need for lengthy email threads or separate communication tools.

    The platform also integrates with popular tools like Slack, Jira, and Google Drive, making it easy to import and export content from other applications. This seamless integration enhances productivity and ensures that teams can work with their preferred tools without any disruptions.

    Furthermore, Miro provides a range of interactive features that enhance collaboration and engagement. Users can add sticky notes, create voting sessions, and conduct remote workshops using Miro's built-in video conferencing capabilities. These features make it easy for teams to brainstorm ideas, gather feedback, and make decisions together, regardless of their physical location.

    In addition to its collaborative features, Miro also prioritizes security and privacy. The platform offers enterprise-grade security measures, including data encryption, access controls, and compliance with industry standards like GDPR and SOC 2. This ensures that sensitive information remains protected and confidential.

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    Top Industries
    Computer Software Company15%
    Renewables & Environment Company10%
    Media Company10%
    Financial Services Firm16%
    Computer Software Company12%
    Healthcare Company8%
    Manufacturing Company6%
    Computer Software Company15%
    Manufacturing Company7%
    Educational Organization7%
    Comms Service Provider7%
    Company Size
    Small Business56%
    Midsize Enterprise13%
    Large Enterprise31%
    Small Business20%
    Midsize Enterprise14%
    Large Enterprise66%
    Small Business24%
    Midsize Enterprise13%
    Large Enterprise63%
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    Lucidspark is ranked 4th in Visual Collaboration Platforms with 2 reviews while Miro is ranked 2nd in Visual Collaboration Platforms with 2 reviews. Lucidspark is rated 8.0, while Miro is rated 8.6. The top reviewer of Lucidspark writes "Made my operations simpler, clearer, and easier to do. Learning curve for advance features needs to be more intuitive". On the other hand, the top reviewer of Miro writes "Easy integrations, in-built templates, and lots of training videos". Lucidspark is most compared with Lucidchart, Figma, MURAL and Jamboard, whereas Miro is most compared with Figma, Lucidchart, Jamboard, iObeya and Bluescape.

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