The project’s schedule consists of all the tasks that must be executed and the execution logic which is  the links between the tasks.

Links are the dependencies between tasks, and in other terms – the sequence of tasks.

In the next article, we will talk about the types of links as ff ss that are between tasks, lags.

Some say that FF (Finsh to Finish) links should not be used – is that true or false?

A project schedule consists of the tasks (activities) to be performed and the logic of execution – the connections between the tasks, which are basically the dependencies of the activities on each other.

 Want to know what types of relationships are there, what are the delays, what is allowed or forbidden to do, and what are the solutions to possible problems that can arise when building relationships? You can read all this in: Schedule Dependencies (Links): FS, FF, SS, SF and all in between.

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