5 Challenges for Businesses to Migrate Lucid to Miro
Many businesses plan to migrate from Lucid to Miro to enhance their collaborative workspaces. However, this transition presents challenges that might result in data loss and hinder migration.
Understanding these challenges and their solutions is essential for businesses aiming for a smooth and efficient transition to Miro. This article explores five key challenges businesses face when moving collaborative content from Lucid to Miro and how to overcome them.
1. Migrating Unsupported Widgets
A significant challenge business faces when migrating from Lucidchart to Miro is dealing with widgets in Lucidchart that aren’t supported in Miro. This may result in data loss, disrupting the continuity of information and impacting workflow efficiency.
To address this, CloudFuze offers a solution by converting these unsupported Lucidchart widgets into SVG format in Miro. This preserves the integrity and completeness of data during the transition, facilitating a smoother transition between the platforms.
2. Migrating Layers in Lucid
Migrating layers from Lucid to Miro presents a unique challenge since Miro doesn’t include a layering system equivalent to Lucid. In Lucid, layers can be selectively hidden or unhidden, adding complexity for businesses to migrate. CloudFuze offers a solution to navigate this issue by migrating widgets from hidden and unhidden layers in Lucid into Miro based on the client’s requirements.
3. Migrating Permissions Accurately
Migrating permissions accurately during the transition from Lucidchart to Miro is a pivotal aspect, especially in maintaining the integrity and security of sensitive information. CloudFuze plays a crucial role in this process, ensuring that the specific permissions and access controls set in Lucidchart are seamlessly and accurately replicated in Miro.
The table below shows how CloudFuze maps and migrates the permissions from Lucid to Miro.
|Lucid ||Miro |
|Owner ||Owner |
|Edit and Share ||Edit |
|Edit ||Edit |
|Comment ||Comment |
|View ||View |
4. Migrating Different Pages in Lucid Board
Migrating multi-page Lucidchart boards to Miro presents a unique challenge due to the structural differences between the two platforms. To address this, CloudFuze effectively breaks down these multi-page Lucidchart boards into separate boards within Miro.
This approach preserves the data integrity and aligns it with Miro’s user interface, facilitating a smoother transition and easier navigation for users.
5. User Training and Adaptation
Miro’s user interface and functionality may differ significantly from Lucid, leading to difficulty for employees to continue working in the new environment. Adequate training sessions, resources, and support are essential to facilitate this shift, ensuring users can efficiently adapt to Miro without impacting productivity.