Get Access To Entire Site of 50,000+ Designs, Documents & Templates

Start Downloading
  • Beautifully Designed, Easily Editable Templates to Get your Work Done Faster & Smarter.
  • Simply Browse, Search, Save & Download our Easy to use Templates.
  • All Pro Templates include Targeted original Header, Body Content.
  • Instant Download in Any File Format, File Size, Any Time, Any Where & Any Device
  • All in one Value for Money Template Library to Save Money & Time
  • Templates with Royalty Free Images, Fonts & Artworks

What Is a Schedule?

A schedule is a document that contains a list of tasks, activities, or events and the time in which each of them must be started and finished. Those who have trouble managing what it is that they have to do and when will surely benefit from preparing one. So if you're the type of individual that has multiple duties that need to be taken care of on a routine basis, consider making your own schedule to help you keep track of them all.

How to Create a Schedule in Google Docs?

1. Know Why You Need a Schedule

It is important that you are able to realize the reason why you need to create a schedule. This will help you in figuring out what information you should place into the document. So are you making one for work-related schedules? Or perhaps it's to aid you in keeping track of personal activities? Know the purpose as soon as possible so that you can get started.

2. Use Google Docs

Since you will be using Google Docs to make your schedule, you will have to access the web-based application. To do this, you simply need to go to and from there you log into your Google account with your username and password. Once that's done, click on "Docs" and choose if you want to start with a blank document or if you want to make the schedule from scratch.

3. Make a List of What You Have to Do

Now comes the part where you will need to list down every task or activity that you need to complete. Start by creating a table where you can place them. To do this, click on Insert, select Table, and then choose how many rows and columns you want to add. Each task that you place must contain a detailed description that tells the reader how they should be done.

4. Point Out When Each Task Must Start and End

Remember that the purpose of the schedule is to help you know what has to be done and when. This means that you are also going to have to include the exact date and/or time that each task must be started and finished. Think about the sequence in which you should do each one and the amount of time each one takes to complete. That way, you will have an easier time creating an effective schedule.

5. Place Any Remarks You May Have

There are some schedules, like workout schedules, that contain a section where the individual can place comments on certain tasks. These can be used to point out why they were not completed on time or if any additional actions needed to be done in order to complete them. Make sure that whatever remarks that are written down contain all necessary details that the reader must know about.