Make the Delve organization chart available as a web part in regular sites.
The current "organization browser" web part :
The html view is just a list = not worth the time
You need silverlight to get a visual presentation but:
-nobody uses silverlight
-silverlight isn't compatible with modern browsers (because no one uses it)
The silverlight rendition in IE is appallingly ugly and isn't responsive.
To have a functional attractive org chart seems like a no brainer for a service that claims to be "enterprise" ready. It's already built in Deleve so just make it available as a web part.
This request is still in our web part backlog, but we’d love some more information. As some replies to this request have pointed out, when hovering over a person in SharePoint, Teams, or Outlook, you do see an Org Chart displayed. When we’ve spoken with customers in the past, our feeling was that more customization was required to display this on a page. Help us understand your needs. If we gave you the option to display this auto generated Org Chart on a page, with no customization options is that enough? If not, what customizations do you need? E.g. I need to be able to hide some of the people in the team, even though they’re in AAD. I need to rearrange and put some people in different physical locations on the layout to show their relationships better. I need to change their title from what’s in AAD, add links, add a different picture, etc.? Please let us know what capabilities give you what you need. Thanks! Add your comments to this item and we’ll read through them as we spec out this work.
Are there other products that can give us an org chart capability using Delve.
Same organizational chart required to be presented in a SPO webpart as the dynamic chart viewed in Teams
This is infuriating because we have to create and maintain the org chart when we know that the information is readily available within the MSFT suite. It's totally there in Delve (not pretty, but the info is there), why can't I publish the web part in Delve in Sharepoint?
We need this functionality as well. Simply we should be able to choose the person from where the organization chart should start from and be able to configure until which level it should shown. So for example, on a page, maybe we want to show the CEO and the VPs only. Maybe on another page we want to configure it that only teamleads are shown. The look & feel when you click 'show organization' in the people webpart is for us sufficient. A compact and descriptive view might be interesting as well! Thank you and hope you can make this available soon.
Deb W commented
Let me type in a name and show me the org chart...so I don't have to leave my page (and click the waffle, then click Delve, then type the name)
Same view, Delfe part to simple, be able to build complex structures like organization, hr related views (reporting to) but also custom structures like technical teams,technical team leads, location structure, and so on
You could use the existing People web part for this, perhaps as a display option with similar customisations (such as the text box)? Alternatively an Org Chart web part might give more scope for customisation - say if I wanted to specify exactly who would appear or the design.
Basically, if I was able to use the web part and select Org Chart option, I'd then expect to be asked for the name of the person I'd want to be showing the org chart from.
An option at this point could be whether it should be top down, or bottom up. IE - select the CEO to see everyone under them, or select my manager to see everyone above them.
Once this option is displayed, I'd expect to have at least 2 options to determine the design of the org chart (tree-like or branching out from the left or right, etc).
Another useful option would be the ability to select or deselect who should appear. You might only want to show one directorate under a particular executive so with this you can edit and customise who appears through simple check-boxes for selection.
Finally, it would be good to allow the Org chart web part to be blank, almost like an org chart builder. This would be particularly useful for myself, where there are teams I'd like to show, but are not official in AD. This way I could literally start typing, then select the person's profile and then select whether I want to add someone above them or below. I would also want to be able to add in extra info in the same way as the people web part text box to denote their role in this unofficial team. Very very useful for internal employee networks.
Jonathan H commented
We just want a link to a user and all users who report underneath to have a dynamic org chart for our company intranet
Well first of all it would be nice to have a generic url , so we can provide users the saam look and feel. step 2 would be an option to emmed like a webpart. There would be no customization needed. maybe some options presenting in a collapsed way or a more compact way.
Roxanne Lowery-King commented
Providing what MS Teams has to offer for org chart as a SharePoint web part would be optimal.
Roy Lee commented
for my company, we currently built a contact list and include all staff information manually. If this function can be launched, it's a great improvement from SP and prevent any typo error with pre-built org. chart available.
Jason Ramsay commented
A simple solution that gives some formatting and works with the relationships in AD would be great for us. Basic sizing and layout options would be needed but that's about all we require.
Christian Stahl commented
Do also take a look into how the 3 part products out there works, for example Kwiz have a good web part for this: "sharepoint-org-chart-web-part". Btw, the org chart in Teams, that's something that I would like also in SharePoint as a web part
Floridian SP commented
This would be a huge benefit to both the users and IT, as it will solve the problem of having someone have to generate an org chart and it will help keep the AD up to date, as everyone will see right away if it needs updating. The code is already there in Delve and the current hover feature (that no one knows about or uses by the way). We don't really even need it to be dynamic, just generated at page load time and cached as needed.
AAD has all of the information for every employee and manager. It would really be nice to have a full OrgChart web part to be able to browse the whole OrgChart for a small company. Thanks.
Working with a client right now that is moving from a very classic environment to Modern--this would be great. It is a JV, meaning half the company doesn't know the other half and vice versa. It would be so cool if we could embed this into the Intranet we are building rather than redirect people to Delve.
Alex Figaro commented
Really need this functionality to deliver a decent org chart from AD. Would also like the ability to:
- Pick the person to be the top of the hierarchy -dont show any higher
- Hide some people
- Configure what AD fields to display in the chart
- Add dotted line links between two individuals
- Add new 'notional' people to the org chart that don't exist in AD
Please remember there is a big benefit to this - if we can display an org chart based off AD then people will complain when its not right and this will drive our users to keep us informed of organisational changes and keep user access up-to-date.
This feature should have a refiner function where you could filter according to e.g department, position, or manager. And maybe the possibility to add custom refiners that is connected to the AAD fields with the UI of the org charts in MS Teams. This will absolutely be my definition of an amazing orgchart!
Mitch O'Dell commented
The part I would like to see is when you build a Team site you can have the Team Leader and their reporting structure as a web part on the front of the team page. For example, an IT Page at the company would show the IT Leader and their direct reports, that way if someone has a question they know who to direct the question to.
Joseph Dunphy commented
We have a number of offices across multiple geographies, and like any company, can go through a fair amount of re-org's, having a web part that we can slap on our SharePoint site would make it so much easier to visualize team structures without the need for frequently creating new collateral.
• Ability to pick start/end points
• Ability to hide/show members
• Ability to auto refresh & update if desired
• Ability to disconnect (so just use it as a starting template) and manually organize as you see fit
The org chart in MS Teams is a great visual to base off of.