How create an orgchart with a second level horizontal group Does anyone have a solution

Johan G. shared this question 13 days ago
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I have a problem with the creation of an Orgchart template. The mapping function only allows a toplevel horozontal alignment and then vertical boxes. I can't get a second level horizontal group.

Example, this Azure AI functions Orgchart.

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If you are on Windows...

Try this:

Go to design ribbon

Find orgchart.

Do that oncemore and you should see that you can set the levels for horizontal charts

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Thanks very much Ary. It worked. Found how to do it based on the three answers to my question.

Best Johan

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You could create second level horizontal group if you use the option "two levels"...
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Thanks very much Jörg. It worked.

Found how to do it based on the three answers to my question. I couldn't find the option you showed but after rightclicking on a branch I got a layout button that allowed me to to add a second layer.

Best Johan

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Hello Johan,

you need to start with the Flowchart-Template. With the usual radial template it's possible, but not easy.

Here is one of my examples: https://share.mindmanager.com/#publish/yMyZ59OoGcUukEIXG_t_lUHk4uxDmlhnyxHdcsEd

This little video shows how it works. It's in German, but that shouldn't be problem: https://vimeo.com/530751720


Kind regards

Andreas

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Thank you also for your suggestion, the example and the video. It gave me an alternative way to solve my problem I had not thought of at all. Very useful for real orgcharts with person information.

Best regards, Johan

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