Preceden is an easy-to-use timeline maker that will help you quickly make a great looking timeline. With our intuitive web-based interface, numerous export options, and more, you'll be able to build and share your timeline in no time at all.
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The timelines that Preceden helps me create are perfect for my managers and executives who only need to see a high level overview of tasks and milestones. Simple and intuitive, I love using this tool!Allen Lai, Technical Program Manager, Box
You can use Preceden to create a project timeline to visualize important dates, deadlines, and milestones
Or to visualize an upcoming marketing campaign
Or even to create a biography for yourself or a famous historical figure
Most other timeline makers leave you scratching your head wondering where to click next. With Preceden, we've spent countless hours designing and redesigning the interface to make it as simple as possible while still giving you all the features you need to create the perfect timeline. In a survey of over 1,000 Preceden users, the top two words they used to describe how they use Preceden were easy and timeline and after trying Preceden, we think you'll see why.
Layers allow you to keep your timeline organized by helping you group related events together. For example, in a project plan you might have one layer containing all events related to investor activity and another layer containing all events related to marketing and advertising. By grouping related events together in layers, your timeline will always remain clean and organized.
When you're ready to share your timeline, Preceden gives you a lot of options. You can...
Whether you want to display event dates directly on the timeline, change the font size, or show a vertical line representing today's date, Preceden provides many different ways to customize the appearance of your timeline to meet your needs.
I tried several other timeline makers and they were all very complicated. Preceden is extremely intuitive. There are a lot of project management tools out there but I didn’t need such a heavy solution for presenting our roadmap to the team.Paul Geler, President, AHK Solutions
The number one thing I love about Preceden is its ability to help me organize my cases. By the time I'm done going through the files and putting all of the milestones into a timeline, I know the case inside and out.Greg Westfall, Attorney at Westfall Sellers
Preceden makes it incredibly easy for me to keep track of important milestones in my business and personal life. I like to be able to quickly look up the dates of important past events and Preceden lets me do just that.Juergen Heinrich, Owner, Bawang Merah Beachfront Restaurant
No other timeline maker out there has been as easy to use to structure the schedules for our teams and paint a clear picture for executives. Preceden saves me time and helps improve communication across the board. I've been waiting for a tool like this for years!Nick Maselli, Operations Lead, Comcast
Preceden is exactly what I have been looking for to create beautiful and informative timelines for my projects and business. It's a much more user-friendly version of Gantt charts without having to use more advanced project management tools to quickly create and share timelines.Aliya Amershi, CEO, AskaTechie.com
Preceden makes it incredibly easy for a project lead to post an integrated timeline to the team. I highly recommend Preceden to any program or project manager who values clear communications as a key ingredient to success.Michael Oas, President, Communicating IT Inc
Preceden is perfect for my studies in college. The layers and color options allow me to see the historical context of an event at a glance. The collaboration feature makes it even more powerful because I can build complex timelines with my fellow students.Miloš Gavrić, University of Amsterdam
I have my AP World History students create a timeline for each period where they include the major events, the cause and the effect of the event, and why they chose that event. My students love Preceden because it is so easy to use and helps to visually see what we talk about in class.Nick Elliott, Teacher, Woodmont High School
Our agency was in need of a simple way to create and show clients a marketing timeline for our proposed services. Our intern came across Preceden and we haven't looked back. We use the timeline to give clients a high level overview of our marketing plan for their business. They love being able to easily visualize what otherwise would look like a very complex plan in a written proposal.Jason Eagleson, Founder at Eighty6
Preceden helps us better serve our clients. It is well thought through and the perfect balance of simple with solid functionality. It's just super smart.Richard Reising, Founder, Artistry Labs
Preceden has proven an extremely useful tool for both organizing and displaying data for my dissertation research. The simple-to-use interface offers the exact functionality that I need without distractions.Melissa Sinclair, George Mason University
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$29 - $199 per year
based on selected premium features
Need to create a basic timeline for a school project? Select the School option when signing up to create free publicly-shared history timelines.
After upgrading, if you aren't able to create a timeline that you absolutely love then we don't want your money. Simply email us and we'll refund 100% of your money within 30 days. With thousands of upgrades purchased since launching in 2009, we have less than a 1% refund rate and after trying Preceden we think you'll see why.
Hey, I'm Matt Mazur, the creator of Preceden. As a former project manager in the US Air Force, I spent countless hours creating timelines in Excel and PowerPoint to manage my projects and to keep my leadership informed about our progress. After seeing many of my peers struggle to create professional timelines as well, I decided to create Preceden to make creating timelines a breeze.
If you have any questions or I can help in any way, don't hesitate to drop me an email. Thanks for checking Preceden out!
— Matt Mazur