Flowchart Example: Linking Flowcharts (Part II)


Business flowcharts can be used to show a business process or workflow. To reduce complexity, a big flowchart can be split into multiple pages or diagrams. Different flowcharts can be linked with On-page and Off-page reference. This is a flowchart example that shows you the use of such symbol in connecting with another flowchart.

Visual Paradigm Online comes with plenty of flowchart templates and examples, making it easy to create your own. click Create Blank to choose one, or Click Use this Template to start from this flowchart template in particular.

What is Flowchart?

A flow chart is a graphical representation of a process, algorithm or workflow. Steps and associated resources (e.g. document) are represented by a different symbol. These flow chart symbols are connected together with directed arrows in showing the flow. Flowcharts are often drawn to communicate and clarify business workflow.

How to draw Flowchart?

  1. Describe the process in a one-line statement.
  2. Start with the 'trigger' event that initiates the process.
  3. Note each successive action in concise terms, avoiding ambiguous descriptions.
  4. Continue describing each event, action, or decision as it occurs in sequence, until the process is concluded (a 'target' point).

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