Project Task Structure

We are not saying that a project plan cannot contain many tasks and even more task links. Suppose we can put enough effort into planning the thousands of tasks and relationships well. In that case, we can get a "perfect" project plan for tracking and rescheduling.

It seems that this "perfect" plan can help us automate the heavy rescheduling work. After changing the date of a task, the successors will change automatically according to the link constraints. So we need to do less work than updating related tasks manually because the app follows the link constraints to do the rest well.

Sounds good, but wait, let's think a bit more about this "perfect" approach.

Why do we have to put so much more effort into specifying the start date, end date, resource, cost, and task links? Why don't we make it easy to schedule work, like managing tasks in a simple to-do list? Since the project plan is a guide (what, when, to whom, how, and how much. See why we chose the project plan app) for the project team to execute the project. We need to track task progress with the team and reschedule the project as required. The project team needs to follow the schedule for their daily work and update the status to achieve the current plan for the upcoming days.

We have some suggestions to keep tasks well organized when using QuickPlan.

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