Review of Lucidspark for Agile
June 15, 2021

Review of Lucidspark for Agile

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

Overall Satisfaction with Lucidspark

It's been used by my department, which has team members across the world. We use it regularly on sprint basis. Sprint retros and PI plannings are done in Lucidspark. It helps the team to objectively input our working model in a collaborative way.
  • Collaboration and team work.
  • Brainstorming ideas and strategies.
  • Evaluating our strengths and weakness.
  • Lots of tools for meetings.
  • Sometimes we need to add images directly, which is not there in Lucidspark.
  • Not sure of the benefits of buying a premium version.
  • While collaborating, we are unable to track what the users did. I myself forgot, what i have put in the chart. Confused me. At least the user should know their tracks in the collaboration.
  • Increased productivity.
  • More collaboration.
  • Timeline management.
For a first time user, it felt complicated for my friends. They were looking everywhere. But once they got a little started, it was easy and intuitive.
It makes a concise grouping of all our work in one place and it is differentiable.
Performance was real good. I didn't see any glitch or bug in the product.
I attended a session by one of Lucidspark employees. She clearly mentioned and educated about the application.

Do you think Lucid Visual Collaboration Suite delivers good value for the price?

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Lucidspark is definitely a superset of Miro board. More features and more functionality.
Jira is not my cup of tea.
Well suited for scrum meetings especially. Can use for product planning and strategizing work. Collaborative spaces need this for sure.

Individual use cases doesn't look like needing this tool.