Organization Chart


#1

Anybody knows how to make organization chart?


Importing excel data or mindmap?
#2

Fastest way. . . make it in another program and import it to Prezi. . . That is what we have done.


#3

Business Plan - Rings template has a simplified org chart on page 8. There might be others but I just haven’t seen recently. If you don’t import as suggested above (which totally works, of course) I would look at making something in Prezi with their shapes, and if a particular individual has a lot of info, you could even use subtopics. Good luck!


#4

I am trying to make a networking chart - more like a mindmap or org chart with several top level categories (areas of expertise) each visually linked to names and details of each individual. I can organize these easily in Excel but want to display them and create more nuanced linkages manually. I cannot find any way to import Excel data (or csv, rtf, etc) into Prezi to automatically create such a thing. Ideas? Am I missing something? Know of other software that would do this for me?

An alternate solution would be to be able to import a mindmap into Prezi. I saw info about software that could do this from 6+ years ago but haven’t found anything more recent.
Thanks!


#5

Hello @Margaret_Richards, I merged your post with the relevant thread. You can either save your Excel file in image/PDF format and insert it in your presentation, or you can follow the suggestion above:


#6

Thanks Catarina but that doesn’t really help. I don’t want an image of or link to my excel file I want the actual data in it to be converted into an org chart. I have 700+ elements so I cna’t feasibly put them all into a Prezi template automatically.

There was an old tool for importing Mindmaps (.mm) into prezi so that the elements become objects (not just an image) – it was from 2013 though I haven’t found anything more recent. Are you aware of any 3rd party apps or add-ons that would do this?


#7

Hello @Margaret_Richards, I am afraid that currently those are the only solutions to insert an Excel chart in your presentation.


#8

Good luck in getting this to be addressed soon. We are still waiting for basic functions that were requested almost 2 years ago. . .