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Create an organization chart. On the Insert tab, in the Illustrations group, click SmartArt. Example of the Illustrations group on the Insert tab in PowerPoint 2016. In the Choose a SmartArt Graphic gallery, click Hierarchy, click an organization chart layout (such as Organization Chart), and then click OK. To enter your text, do one of the ...
An organization is used to connect groups of related projects, helping to scale up an enterprise. You can use a personal Microsoft account, GitHub account, or a work or school account. Use your work or school account to automatically connect your organization to your Azure Active Directory (Azure AD).
The Organizations page of the My Account portal helps you to manage the organizations (typically, your organization's name) that you have access to. There are two types of organizations shown on the Organizations page: Home organization. Your home organization is the organization that owns your work or school account.
Add users to your organization from the Organization settings > Users page. Only organization owners or members of the Project Collection Administration group can add users at this level. Specify the access level and the project(s) the user is added to. For more information, see Add users to your organization or project.