A stair diagram is a type of flow chart that is used to represent the sequence of actions or events in a process. It is also known as an action diagram. Stair diagrams are typically used to show the order in which tasks or steps should be carried out to complete a process. They are often used in business and organizational settings. The most common type of stair diagram is the linear stair diagram, which shows a linear process with no branches or loops. This type of diagram can be drawn using two parallel lines, with rectangular blocks representing each task that needs to be completed. The blocks are then connected by arrows showing the sequence of tasks, with each arrow pointing from one block to another. There are many templates available for drawing these diagrams, and they vary in complexity from simple shapes and lines to more advanced shapes and icons. In this section you will find stair diagram templates for PowerPoint, Keynote and Google Slides.