Working in Pyrus will be more enjoyable for you and your colleagues if you add some details about your company, like its name, logo and structure.
Click your initials or your profile photo in the top right corner of any Pyrus page and go to Organization.
To edit the organization name, just click the field below the Organization Name, enter a new name, and save changes.
To add a logo, click Upload New Logo and select an image file on your PC.
After that all your colleagues will see the corporate logo in Pyrus. Click Remove or Upload New Logo to delete or change the logo.
You can describe your company’s entire hierarchy in the ogranization chart. You can add divisions, deputies, roles that contain every employee in a department, and more.
Only the Configuration manager has access to this catalog. To access the organization structure catalog, go to the Org chart tab.
You can add two types of columns: workflow columns for people and roles (like “Head of Department”) and organizational level columns for the names of departments, divisions, or units. There can be no more than five organizational level columns in your catalog. To add a department, click Add department, fill out its name, and press Enter.
Note: If your organization structure has several hierarchy levels, you need to manually create those levels first in the Pyrus orgchart first. Pyrus Sync will show the user attributes from Active Directory that will be added to the Pyrus organization structure during synchronization. Read more about this in the Synchronizing Pyrus with Microsoft Active Directory article.
To rename/delete a department or add a subordinate department, hover over its name and click on the corresponding icon.
Pyrus Tip: Use the organization chart to automatically send tasks to the appropriate department. For more information, visit see Workflow Editor -> Routing by department.
If there’s no designated head of department, the hierarchically higher department head will be designated by default. In the orgchart, you will see this person’s name in a pale gray font.
You can switch between the chart’s hierarchy view and table view.