Miro vs Lucidchart

Lucidchart goes beyond Miro’s simple brainstorming capabilities to take you from an initial idea all the way through to execution.

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How Lucidchart adds power to your brainstorming sessions

  1. A variety of diagrams for every use case

    As an online whiteboard, Miro is designed to help users brainstorm and get ideas off the ground, but its features aren’t robust enough to cover the entire project lifecycle. Lucidchart offers templates and functionality to support a wide range of diagrams so that you can move smoothly from ideation to execution.
     

  2. Advanced features to help you work smarter and faster

    While Miro’s whiteboard design can handle basic visuals, its advanced features are lacking. With Lucidchart’s easy-to-use interface, you can link your data to your visuals, use conditional formatting, auto-generate your org charts and AWS diagrams, and more.
     

  3. Hundreds of shapes and templates for limitless possibilities

    Lucidchart shape libraries are filled with hundreds of basic, advanced, and industry-specific shapes and templates to suit even your most specific diagramming needs. Miro offers a limited number of shapes, making advanced designs difficult.
     

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The features that make Lucidchart the best

Lucidchart integrations

Integrate seamlessly with your favorite apps

Lucidchart offers a combination of powerful in-house and partner integrations that let you connect with industry-leading apps like G Suite, Microsoft Office 365, Slack, Confluence, Jira, and more. Each integration is easy to set up and easy to use, so you can start including visuals within the apps you use daily.

Lucidchart templates

Choose a template and go!

With Lucidchart, you have your choice of hundreds of diagram-specific templates in our searchable template library, including diagrams for basic and advanced flowcharts, org charts, mind maps, and more. Our team of dedicated template specialists adds new templates weekly, so your options are endless.
 

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Collaborate with anyone, anywhere

Lucidchart is built for collaborative work. With a few clicks, you can customize diagram permissions as you share your work, use @mention comments to tag collaborators, and use collaborative cursors to see who’s working in your document and where.
 

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Present your work with a few simple clicks

Our easy-to-use presentation mode lets you create interactive presentations in seconds—without ever leaving the editor. You can also import your entire presentation to Google Slides for fast, easy presenting.
 

Frequently asked questions about Lucidchart

How can I collaborate with someone else on a document?

Share your diagram with other users with editing access. You can collaborate in real time and even see where they are editing on the document with collaborative cursors.

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I work on a PC, but I'm trying to collaborate with someone on a Mac. Will I need to download my document to share it?

No download needed for Lucidchart—anyone on a Mac, PC, Linux, or any mobile device can access, edit, and collaborate in Lucidchart in real time. See our supported operating systems.

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What are some popular diagram types in Lucidchart to help me brainstorm?

Mind maps, SWOT analysis, gap analysis, and other diagrams are great for brainstorming. You can find examples of each in our searchable template library.

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I want to share my brainstorm from Lucidchart and publish it for others to reference. What are my options?

Lucidchart integrates with popular apps like Microsoft Office, G Suite, Atlassian, and more, making it easy to publish your work. You can also share your work via a published link or embed it in your site or social media.

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How do I go from project ideation to execution in Lucidchart?

Once you identify themes and highlight ideas from your brainstorming session, you can create process flows, wireframes, user journey maps, or kanban boards to start executing your project plan. See our available templates to get started.

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It’s a great way to collaborate and brainstorm with your whole team. You can include the designer and digital managers, as well as the clients, in the collaboration because of its easy-to-navigate user experience.

★ ★ ★ ★ ★ Nazia A.  |  January 10, 2018

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