Need to guide your team from kickoff to recap? This project planning template will keep everyone organized and on the same page—even for the most complex projects.
Begin with a brief overview, define your project goals, and add links to related background docs that your team can research to get up to speed.
This pre-formatted project planning template helps project managers quickly communicate key dates so everyone knows when deliverables are due.
Create a fast to-do list with project tasks and assign duties to different team members or project stakeholders using the @mention feature.
To keep your new project moving forward, use the @mention function in a checklist to assign to-dos and project deliverables. This adds collaborators to your doc, so they can see what’s needed and when.
Emailing files back and forth can lead to confusion. This project management template lets your team work together in the same doc, add comments, and always view the most recent version to track project progress.
With this template, you can add context by embedding all kinds of content—code snippets, YouTube videos, Dropbox files, and more. Paste the URL in the doc and a preview automatically appears.
The main purpose of a project plan—or a project management plan—is to outline the objective, scope, timeline, delivery dates, and resources needed during a project. Documenting your project plan can help keep you or your team on track and on time, making sure everyone is organized and working toward the right goals within the project scope.
There are two ways to create a project plan and manage the planning process in Dropbox Paper. You can either create a new Paper doc or use our project planning template. With a new Paper doc, you have a blank canvas to add all the important elements, timelines, and context that you need to communicate to your team. Our project planning template is a great starting point because it provides an example of what a project plan looks like. You can also customize it to fit your needs, but the project plan template already includes:
• Project name and description
• Project status updates
• Project team roles
• Project timeline
• Details and other information
• To-do list
It’s easy to create a project plan template with Dropbox Paper that fits your needs and project schedule. Create a new Paper doc, set up the elements you need such as project budget, schedule, stakeholders and deliverables, and click “Templatize” in the document menu. This will convert your Paper doc to a template that you can use again and again.
When you’re using Paper on the web, you can also use the existing project plan template by clicking on “Create with templates” link on the right-hand column and choosing “Project plan” from the menu.
Want to design a project plan that suits your team’s specific needs? Dropbox Paper gives you the freedom to turn any doc into a template or build your own template with any subheads you want.
Paper is a collaborative workspace that helps teams create and share early ideas. From initial planning to final production, Paper makes it easy to track your project’s progress and keep your team on the same page at every stage.