Download Free Project Management Excel Templates

Microsoft Excel is a great tool for tracking and managing projects. You can use Excel to plan, monitor, report on, and communicate progress to your team members and stakeholders. The following Project Management Excel templates will help you manage the life-cycle of your project from start to finish by enabling you to keep track of time (and costs) as well as issues that might come up.

Managing Projects with the Excel Project Tracking Template

The Excel project management tracking template is a simple Excel spreadsheet with one worksheet for each project phase (e.g., Planning, Design, Development, etc.) and includes columns for how many hours have been spent on various tasks in that stage of work. You can easily use Excel formulas to automatically calculate how much time has been spent in total on each task. You can also use Excel pivot tables to summarize the project so far by team member or milestone and visually represent the work performed in Excel charts.

Displaying Excel Project Status with the Gantt Chart Template

The Excel gantt chart template enables you to create and display a graphical representation of your project schedule in Excel. Unlike the Excel project tracking spreadsheet, which provides time and cost data for each task, the Excel gantt chart template contains only task names and start and end dates for each task. This Excel gantt chart template is a good way to visualize how tasks relate to one another and the time intervals between each stage of work.

Managing Projects with the Issues Tracking Excel Template

The Excel issues tracking template helps you manage action items, resolution dates, and responsible team members. You can use this Excel spreadsheet as an Excel workbook or Excel template that enables you to track the status of project issues in Excel. The Excel issues tracking template can help you record problems, their causes, and suggested solutions. That way, if the same problem occurs again in the future (and it probably will), you can refer to your Excel issue tracking spreadsheet for guidance on how to resolve it.

Managing Projects with the Project Status Excel Template

The Excel project status template enables you to track multiple milestones for each project phase and summarize the results in a simple chart, such as an Excel gantt chart or Excel timeline. So if your company is agile and you want to report on issues at regular intervals rather than at the end of each phase, then this Excel project status template is a good Excel project management tool for you to use.

These are just some of the Excel templates that you can use to help manage your project.

All Our Excel Templates are Compatible with : Microsoft Office Excel, Libra Office, WPS Office, Google WorkSheet. You can simply download our XLSX File Format and use it.
Here are the Excel Templates under this Category 
Project TimeLine chart

Project TimeLine chart

A project timeline chart is created in Excel using charts linked to data tables, so that the chart updates when you edit the data table.


Project Schedule

Our project schedule template is used to create a simple timeline for your project without all the bells and whistles of a typical gantt chart.


Timeline comparison

This timeline comparison is a useful technique to compare the value of a measure in different timeline  periods. For example, we can compare the sales


Project Timecard

If you need something simple, try our free Project timecard template for Excel. It calculates total hours in a week broken down by project. Project


Earned Value Management

Managing your project’s budget and measuring key project performance metrics is Earned Value Management. It helps you know if you can truly say “On Time


Project Task List

The Project task list templates demonstrate some of the many ways that you can track tasks using a spreadsheet. From simple to do lists to


Project Timeline

A project timeline is create using charts linked to data tables, so that the chart update when you edit the data table. The first template


Work Breakdown Structure

A Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) describes the tasks or activities for a process or project plan. The most common method for defining a WBS is the


Weekly Timecard for Project

Are you looking for some low-cost software-based timecard solution? There are many electronic timecard systems out there, but if you just need something very simple,


Agile Kanban Board

After learning about Agile development, Kanban, and Scrum, we have decided to try implementing a very simple system to help our small team work more effectively. This agile


Critical Path Method

The Critical Path Method (CPM) is a way for project managers to determine which tasks are critical and which tasks can be delayed. Normally, you