How often do you have a large Project with lot of Tasks? Hundreds of them. And your schedule is very complicated. And then, suddenly you have to change something. Maybe relations within Tasks, maybe your timeline is too long, or something like this. And, of course to change something you need to se every single Successor and Predecessor for every single Task. Let me show you how to see those in a best way.
Here is first solution (I am showing you example of complicated Project. Please do not look if this Schedule has or has not sense):
As you can see at the picture above, there are two columns: Predecessors and Successors where you can see them. But when you have a large Project Successors and Predecessors ID is more or less – worthless, and this is not going to be of much help.
Instead of that, much better is to use Task Form:
and you will get:
In the picture above you can see, for example, for Task 9, all Predecessors and Successors with ID and their name. And if you give to your Tasks meaningful names you will know exactly what do you have in relationship, how, why, and of course, what to change if you need to change something.
It is very powerful, and I strongly recommend it.