Overall Satisfaction with Lucidspark
I am an English Language teacher, and I use Lucidspark in my classes to make the lesson more enjoyable and easy to understand. It has done wonders for my students and me. I can see that they are more engaged with the class material since I have started using Lucidspark.
- It has a user-friendly interface.
- It is customizable, so I can use it in all my lessons.
- It lets me collaborate with other people.
- To make adjustments, you have to double-tap a lot of things.
- The supplied icons are pretty insufficient, and the obligation to upgrade to gain access to a larger collection is annoying.
- You can only keep three documents at a time while on the free trial.
I found the program to be really user-friendly. Within 3-4 minutes, I was up and running and familiar with all of its capabilities. It took less than 15 minutes to create the first document, which was ready to share online.
It was simple and smooth to collaborate and work together on papers and caption ideas. We were able to collaborate on the same page, tag ideas, categorize them, rank them, and connect them to other ideas to create a visual comparison from which we could quickly draw conclusions and generate new ideas. We could share portions or all of the papers with other team members, which made coordinating brainstorming sessions much easier.
It can definitely be a replacement for an actual whiteboard since most of my classes are online.
I did not need to use customer support, but emails informing me about the software are very nice!
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