OrgChart Now Help Guide

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Azure AD Photo Configuration

Audience

Audience: Administrators

Overview

OrgChart Now can pull photos directly from your Azure AD instance for display in chart boxes, employee profiles, and search results.

The following article provides step-by-step instructions for configuring your Azure AD photo import in OrgChart Now.

Note

Note: If you would like to import photos from Azure AD, but you are not using Azure AD as your Main Data Source, please contact OrgChart Now Support for assistance.

Note

For photo sizing recommendations and other tips, reference the Working with Photos article.

Importing Azure AD Photos
  1. Follow steps 1-3 in the Additional Photo Configuration section of the Photo Integrations article.

  2. In the Additional Photo Configuration panel, select AzureAD from the Photo Source dropdown menu.

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  3. Enter the following credentials in the corresponding text boxes:

    • Subdomain

    • Client ID

    • Client Secret

    Note

    Contact your Azure AD System Administrator for help locating the credentials listed above.

  4. Click Save, and then Refresh.

  5. Create a photo formula to finish your Azure AD photo import configuration. Reference the Creating a Photo Formula section below for steps.

Creating a Photo Formula
  1. Log in to OrgChart Now.

  2. Click on the Mode Switcher icon in the Top Toolbar, and then select the Setup option. The Setup panel is displayed.

    Setup_ChartSettings_Select.png
  3. Click on the Chart Settings tile, and then then select the Fields & Formulas option from the left side menu.

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  4. Click on the green f(x) Create button (in the top left corner), and then select the Static Formula option. The Formula Editor is displayed.

  5. Enter a name for the formula (i.e. Azure Photo).

  6. Click on the No values. Click here to add hyperlink, and then select the Concatenate option from the dropdown.

    AzurePhoto_SelectConcat.png
  7. Enter /o365/ in the Value text box.

  8. Click on the Add Value button.

  9. Click on the Type dropdown menu, and then select the Field Lookup option.

  10. Click on the Value dropdown menu, and then select the field used to name the Azure photos (i.e. Email).

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  11. Click on Save, and then Refresh.