How to print up to 200 nodes automatically


#1

The version history documentation indicates that a new feature is :slight_smile: * Ability to expand up to 200 nodes automatically while printing.

How do you do that? I don’t see any configuration or documentation to explain.


#2

@antonkhrit
Can you help with this question? @Anna


#3

Hi @turtlgal,

Thank you for the question. This feature is implemented in On-Premises. It is not migrated to online yet. We will do it during following month. You will get update automatically. I’m sorry for the confusion with the version history.


#4

Hi @antonkhrit
Has this been updated?


#5

Hi @turtlgal,

The feature will be migrated within a couple of weeks.

Anna Dorokhova
Plumsail Tams


#6

Hi @Anna
Would you be able to post here when it has been implemented?


#7

Hi @turtlgal,

Sure! We will post the information about the release here.

Anna Dorokhova
Plumsail Team


#8

Hello @turtlgal,

We have published the new Org Chart version for Office 365 with the automatically expanding nodes and A3 paper format. You can download it here.

Anna Dorokhova
Plumsail Team


#9

@Anna @antonkhrit
Sadly the current way this is configured is not usable :frowning: It should go onto multiple pages

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#10

@Anna @antonkhrit

Guys any thoughts on this?


#11

Hi @turtlgal,

The feature with expanding up to 200 employees works as you described. I agree that it doesn’t look good for your case, but for small structures with over 30 - 50 employees if is really handy. You don’t need to expand nodes for printing anymore.

Thank you for your suggestion about splitting the structure in pages. Unfortunately, we don’t have this in our roadmap for the near future. However, our paid support can implement similar feature for you. Please drop a message to [email protected] with the link to this conversation if you are interested.


#12

@antonkhrit You know I love your product, but your explanation doesn’t really make much sense… expanding up to 200 works for companies with 30-50 people?

I’m not going to pay for this, I really think you should add this to your road-map. It’s the most requested feature in my organization.


#13

Hi @turtlgal,

In my opinion printing more than 30-50 pages doesn’t look good. That is why I said it sutes companies with 30-50 employees. I would say with 30-50 employees in department that is being printed.

However, when implemented this feature we decided to allow expanding as many employees as possible. We completed performance testing. It gave us results - 200 employees max on average performing PC.

Maybe we should add an option that will allow users to specify number of levels to print. We didn’t add it because we didn’t want to overcomplicate user interface. If there are more requests we will discuss it with the team.