I'm a consultant and I need to run client brainstorming sessions over Zoom.
I already have LucidChart but haven't used it for this purpose. Does LucidSpark offer advantages (vs LucidChart) for this use?
Please share your opinions. Thanks.
Director of Community at PeerSpot (formerly IT Central Station)
Jul 7, 2021
Hi @Emilia Maria D'Anzica , @Kevin Heires , @Sankalp Nigam, @Kevin Replinger, @Scott Rogers, @Mayank Thakur and @MichaelSmith2. Would you mind sharing your professional experience with these tools? Tnx
Hi @Krista Thompson - Yes, LucidSpark is a much more nimble and, in some ways, user-friendly tool than LucidChart. LucidSpark is designed to do a better job managing multiple users participating simultaneously and I've found its ease of use is really helpful when working with clients who likely don't have any previous experience.I use LucidChart for detailed process maps and flow charts (just me, working alone). I used LucidSpark as a virtual whiteboard for dynamic brainstorming (working collaboratively).I hope this helps!
Director Project Management Office at PM911 INNOVACION Y PROYECTOS
Mar 15, 2021
I've been working very well with Miro, it offers a non-experience required user experience. Lucidspark it's good but when I try it the feeling was that I was using Lucichart with extras, no more, so I would rather choose Miro. Currently, I'm also experiencing Mural (mural.co), which has some tools for training facilitators that sum, but to work with my remote team I still prefer Miro.