It does the job
May 18, 2022

It does the job

Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 6 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User

Software Version

Freehand Enterprise

Overall Satisfaction with InVision Freehand

I use InVision Freehand for taking notes during research interviews. After the sessions are all concluded, I am able to synthesize my notes across all interviews to find the patterns in the research. It was also very simple to tag-team the note-taking and to identify who wrote each note in case there were questions about the notes after-the-fact.
  • Tags the notetakers
  • Color coding
  • Ability to re-organize the sticky notes
  • Better resizing options for stickies
  • More template diagrams
  • More colors or custom colors for stickies
  • Ability to take notes
  • Ability to organize notes
  • Ability to tag notes
  • Helped us complete research
  • Research turned into insights
  • Insights turned into product enhancements
I think Miro and Mural are more robust tools, but InVision Freehand is better than FigJam and Google Jamboard.

Do you think Freehand by InVision delivers good value for the price?

Not sure

Are you happy with Freehand by InVision's feature set?


Did Freehand by InVision live up to sales and marketing promises?

I wasn't involved with the selection/purchase process

Did implementation of Freehand by InVision go as expected?

I wasn't involved with the implementation phase

Would you buy Freehand by InVision again?


MURAL (formerly, Miro, Google Jamboard
I think InVision Freehand works well for note-taking, especially for things like journey mapping or other design thinking activities. It can also be used for synthesizing research once complete. It is not the greatest for larger team brainstorming sessions - only because there are tools that work better for this. I would personally use Mural for internal team brainstorming more often because of the larger suite of templates.