The Department Tree shows a tree list of all the users in the organisation arranged by department rather than physical location.
The node levels in this tree do not have any special names like those in the Location Tree - they simply help denote the departmental structure. Some of these nodes will not be visible if they have been marked hidden by your Administrator.
Selecting a node in the Department Tree shows the name of the node at the top of the screen above a list of all the people assigned to the department.
You can select a person which will display their profile showing further information about them. An Administrator will be able to edit these profiles.
If the Show All People toggle is set to Yes, every user that is a member of a sub-department of the current department will be viewed in the current department.
Step 8: Setting up the Department Tree
The Department Tree allows organisations to arrange people by department rather than by physical location. The Department Tree consists of any number of tiers organised hierarchically. You can add, delete, rename, hide or alter the settings for any ...
Department menus have the following options which are available to Administrators by right-clicking on a node in the Department Tree: Add New Top Level: Creates a new department at the top level under which other sub-departments can be created. ...
The Location Tree
The Location Tree shows a tree list of all the locations where an organisation has set up offices. This tree view is structured to include the following nodes in order of hierarchy: Country, Region, City, Sites, Office. See the article Tree ...
If a user has been designated as an Administrator of a department, they are able to edit the profiles of people in that department within OfficeMaps, even if they have not been given an Administrator user role. More information about editing People ...
Step 1: Setting up the Location Tree
The first thing to configure is the Location Tree. It is important to determine how many office maps will be required and where they will be situated. The Location Tree consists of five tiers of information: Country, Region, City, Site and Levels. ...