How to Create a Funnel Diagram in PowerPoint
Last updated on April 18th, 2022
Microsoft PowerPoint is a valuable tool to create presentations (the most popular worldwide); to make them more appealing, you can add images, plots, videos, and diagrams. The Funnel Diagrams in PowerPoint allow you to make an explanation of proportions more intuitive. Funnels can be used for a variety of purposes, but some of the most common funnel styles are known as purchase funnel, sales funnel, or decision funnel.
In this article, we will explain how to create a funnel diagram in PowerPoint. The same technique can be used to create a funnel diagram in Google Slides, too.
First, we need to draw some shapes. We are going to need a big Triangle, a rectangle and two circles. Just like this:
You may need to resize the shapes and change the outer line to make it fit. Also you can add shadows or change the color according to your presentation.
If you need a more complex funnel diagram you just need to create more shapes and keep them in order so it looks nice (You may need to use triangles with no line and no fill to make it fit):
In the next weeks we will show you how to create nice 3D Funnel diagrams in PowerPoint with variants of this technique.
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