Employee shapes are contained in organizational charts in order to display employee details, including names, titles, photos, contact information and so on. Now, we will show you how to edit your org chart employee shapes quickly.
Step 1 – Choose Your Org Chart Apply Options
Simply free download this easy org charting creator. Once opened your organizational chart, click on the Display Options icon to choose your display preferences. For example, if you click on the Entire Chart, then all changes will be applied to the whole organizational chart.
Step 2 – Set Display Details for Your Org Chart
Next, you can determine more information for your organizational chart (show or hide employee photos, set photo positions, change shape width and height, change properties fonts and more.)
Step 3 – Adjust Properties Positions
As shown in the below screenshot, if there are many properties in your employee shapes, then you can one-click to add lines to separate each property. You can also hold and drag properties to different positions within an employee shape based on your own preferences.
More about Different Types of Org Chart Views
Org charts can also contain the following key types:
This type displays the income of the personnel of an organization. The key purpose is to facilitate the decision-making process within the organization.
This kind of org chart shows the process of setting specific performance expectations for an individual employee with the aim to offer feedback related to the pre-set goals.
It is a United States federal law that has five parts: minimum wage, overtime pay eligibility, recordkeeping, and child labor. The policy influences both full-time and part-time workers in profit and non-profit organizations.
It is the number of subordinates that a manager or supervisor can directly control based on the different types of work.
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So far, we have checked out how to edit your org chart employee shapes to display different types of details. Just have a try right away to start drawing your own organizational chart!