How to Create a Timeline Diagram
A Timeline diagram presents events on a chronological scale and is a good way to represent a project’s progress. The project timeline is an important part of every project. It captures the main of what the project will accomplish and how it will be done. Making a project timeline is one of the most important skills a project manager needs have. The size and structure of a project timeline depend on the particular project. A project timeline can be highly detailed, with a number of tasks and sub-tasks, or very simple, listing only a few milestones and deadlines. However, a project timeline needs to contain the list of tasks to be completed, the dates on which the tasks need to be complete, the expected duration of each task and the relationships between tasks. A project timeline chart provides an easy-to-grasp visual depiction of the project, using horizontal bars to represent the duration of each task in the project. Making comprehensive, accurate timelines allows you getting every project off in the best way. Also, a Timeline diagram can be used to visualize time lapses between events, duration (such as lifetimes or wars), and the simultaneity or overlap of spans and events. ConceptDraw DIAGRAM allows you to draw a timeline charts using the Timeline Diagrams solution.
Result: A Timeline diagram presents project’s events on a chronological scale. It is a good and clear way to visualize the sequence of the project steps.
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