Overall Satisfaction with Lucidspark
My friend and I are using LucidSpark in order to learn Computer Science algorithms together- allowing us the space of an efficient virtual whiteboard that can be easily accessed as needed. This allowed us to bridge the online barrier and share resources, ideas, and diagrams as they were conceived and applied for each problem.
- It allowed faster idea sharing.
- Meeting effectiveness.
- Increased Productivity.
I have literally never used it for this purpose. I have not integrated it with Slack. I have not integrated it with Google Drive, or any other Google products. I have not integrated it with Lucidchart, though I wouldn't doubt that it likely integrates very well with this one. My use case of using it every week or so in order to collaborate with a peer has never required these things.
Overall, it has served its purpose as a usable whiteboard for quickly sharing ideas with peers. For that purpose, it has allowed for a relatively reliable tool to do this. However, when trying to draw more precise things, the auto guess and convert drawing to shape has gotten in the way for more than it has ever helped.
Never used it, and really have never had to use it.
Do you think Lucidspark delivers good value for the price?
Are you happy with Lucidspark's feature set?
Did Lucidspark live up to sales and marketing promises?
I wasn't involved with the selection/purchase process
Did implementation of Lucidspark go as expected?
I wasn't involved with the implementation phase
Would you buy Lucidspark again?
Microsoft whiteboard was a really nice native solution for windows computers, however, I had some issues sharing it that caused me to switch to Lucidspark
It is a nice tool to use when you want to quickly jot down some ideas or diagrams and share them. However, it lacks when you need to more accurately or precisely create some blueprints or schema. In addition, when you try drawing some things, such as the number '0', it tends to annoyingly convert it to a Circle instead.