Flowchart Example: A Daily Time able of a School Boy

Description:

A flowchart symbolically shows the steps within a process and how event-controlling decisions are made throughout the flow. For instance, this template shows the daily activities of a school boy.

Use this flowchart template to get started building your own. Customize the flowchart to reflect your own process. Click Use this Template to start.

What is Flowchart?

The flowchart is a means of visually presenting the flow of data through an information processing systems, the operations performed within the system and the sequence in which they are performed. Flowcharts provide a overview of the structure and sequence of activities or actions to be performed. Elements are represented by simple icons (circles, rectangles, diamonds, or other shapes), with lines and arrows representing connections between events and the order in which they occur. A flowchart indicates sequences and decision points as well as the start and end points. Since it is easier to grasp relationships in a visual form than in a verbal description, flowcharts can prevent the omission of steps in a process. Flowcharts are particularly useful for instructional designers who are novice or occasional programmers.

Why Flowchart?

  • Flowchart consists of only simple and standard symbols such as, the simple rectangles, ovals, diamonds and other shapes which is easy to understand and only need to take very little time to learn
  • Flowchart symbols are universally recognized across multiple disciplines, and will allow us to communicate a great deal of information accurately, efficiently, and succinctly.
  • Flowchart shows every step of a process in clear and explicit detail. The top-down and left-to-right flow of steps on the chart have a natural order and are easy to follow.

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