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Stephen1606
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Multi-Level Tree Chart

Hi, 

 

I'm hoping someone might have an amazing idea on how I can do this. I'm looking to great a multi-level org-chart but am really struggling to find a solution. I've replicated how I want it to look in PowerPoint (Image below), is it possible to create this in PowerApps?

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The datasource will have the following columns. Name, ID and Parent ID. The parent ID is where I'm looking to branch off at.

 

I've tried nesting a gallery within another gallery but this seems to be limited to just two. 

 

Any help would greatly be appreciated.

 

Thank you! 

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Power Apps Staff Mr-Dang-MSFT
Power Apps Staff

Re: Multi-Level Tree Chart

A visual like this does not exist and the logic needed to show branching at different levels would not be easy either.

 

That said, it is not impossible, just elaborate. You'd be recreating the capabilities of Visio or SmartArt; that is a monumental task.

 

My suggestion: If you really need this to take place in PowerApps, this is a use case for SVG graphics. You'll likely need to use Concat() against a table for the hierarchy. Concat can generate a string for each row in a table. So you could create the shapes and text needed in svg+xml. Then place them at the right location. Else, there's probably a service out there that can generate such graphics for you and return them into PowerApps. Good luck!

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Power Apps Staff Mr-Dang-MSFT
Power Apps Staff

Re: Multi-Level Tree Chart

A visual like this does not exist and the logic needed to show branching at different levels would not be easy either.

 

That said, it is not impossible, just elaborate. You'd be recreating the capabilities of Visio or SmartArt; that is a monumental task.

 

My suggestion: If you really need this to take place in PowerApps, this is a use case for SVG graphics. You'll likely need to use Concat() against a table for the hierarchy. Concat can generate a string for each row in a table. So you could create the shapes and text needed in svg+xml. Then place them at the right location. Else, there's probably a service out there that can generate such graphics for you and return them into PowerApps. Good luck!

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Community Support Team
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Re: Multi-Level Tree Chart

Hi @Stephen1606 

 

If @Mr-Dang-MSFT 's suggestion solve your issue?

Please accept it as solution.

 

Best Regards.

Yumia

Super User
Super User

Re: Multi-Level Tree Chart

@v-yuxima-msft 

Yes, apparently this was a duplicate post...https://powerusers.microsoft.com/t5/General-Discussion/Multi-Level-Org-Chart/m-p/287860#M83272 

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