Advanced Meeting Infrastructure: Lucidmeetings offers an organizational infrastructure that supports every type of meeting that a business may need. This includes daily stand-ups, virtual training, brainstorming sessions, project kick-offs and more.
Integrated Action Items and Follow-ups: Lucidmeetings offers integrated action items and follow-up systems. This ensures that tasks assigned during meetings are not lost or forgotten, increasing accountability, and promoting action after every gathering.
Structured Meeting Templates and Agendas: The platform provides customizable agenda templates for various meeting types. This helps in structuring the meetings effectively and making sure that all important points are covered in the meeting.
Rich and Interactive Meeting Records: Meeting records in Lucidmeetings are complete, indexed and easy to navigate, allowing participants to engage with the material interactively, and not just passively read the minutes. They provide context, support collaboration, and preserve corporate memory.
Integrated Meeting Preparation Tools: Lucidmeetings includes tools to prepare the meeting effectively with pre-meeting surveys, discussion prompts, and more. These tools ensure you go into each meeting prepared and help to make the meeting as productive as possible.
Having a steep learning curve. Lucidmeetings has many features and functionalities which, while offering a lot of customization, can be overwhelming for someone learning to use the tool for the first time.
Lack of integration flexibility. LucidMeetings does not easily integrate with a broad range of third-party apps, which may force teams to change their existing workflows to accommodate the software.
Not being well-suited for quick, impromptu meetings. LucidMeetings offers many features geared towards fully planned and structured meetings. For quick check-ins or informal updates, it may actually slow down the process.
The meeting notes feature is relatively basic. If you are looking for a platform that allows rich-text formatting or at least basic formatting (like bullet points) in the meeting notes, LucidMeetings might not be the platform for you.
It is hard to review past meetings. Within LucidMeetings, it could be tedious to scroll through past meetings or find specific information from a previous meeting. There's an absence of a robust search feature to navigate through the historical data.