New Microsoft products made a lot of clutter — what is Office 365 Groups and what is Microsoft Teams? What’s the difference between them, is it have something in common with SharePoint Team sites? In this short article, we will make it loud and simple.
Did you know you can show vacancies beautifully inside your organization chart in SharePoint? If it’s either SharePoint 2013, SharePoint 2016 or SharePoint Online in Office 365, you can do this easily with Plumsail Org Chart. In this article, I want to show you how to display vacancies in SharePoint Org Chart. It is very useful to organize vacancies inside of OrgChart and be able to visualize them within organization’s structure.
Vacancies are enabled inside of PlumsailOrgChart’s settings and use a data source different than the chart itself.Org Chart will use a different list to pull data from and show vacancies which needs to be filled with data regarding open positions through the company. Let’s see how to do it step by step, inside our SharePoint page, just like the image above.
As I’m a member of Workflow Actions Pack team, I’m not pretending to be an independent party. But as a person passionate about SharePoint and workflow automation, I will try to provide you my fair vision of abilities of both products. This article is actual for Office 365 platform, but both products have On-Premises versions.
In this article, I want to show you how to display dotted-line reports in Plumsail SharePoint Org Chart. It is quite a common scenario for companies with matrix organization structure when there are direct managers and dotted-line managers.
As Plumsail Org Chart displays hierarchy, but not matrix, it is important to understand how dotted-line reports appear in the visualization. Please take a look at the example below.
Today we’d like to talk about our new feature introduced as part of our recent release of SharePoint Dashboard Designer 2.6.0. It is the ability to display a practically unlimited number of series on one graph. Such series may be based on entirely different list columns or may have, say, a common category but separate value fields.
Today I’d like to introduce you to a way you can use Dashboard Designer with multiple lists that can be located within the current site or on various sites in the current site collection. To illustrate this feature I will use two similar use cases.
Let’s say, you have multiple projects running in your company, each project has a separate site, all located under one site collection. The root site of the site collection contains a list of Projects with their relative URLs. Each project has a task list that contains all tasks assigned to every employee for that project. What we’ll do is get the project list, iterate over the projects, get the data located in the task lists in each of the projects and do some graphical presentation with this data.