Use Org Explorer to visualize your company's internal structure by viewing roles and relationships between people within the organization. Identify who is who, and get insights about teams and people around you. View managers, titles, roles, and peers, or select a person to get their contact details, skills, and more.

  1. To open, select Org Explorer   from the left-side navigation bar in Outlook.

  2. Select a person’s card or photo to get a detailed view.

  3. To change the focus, select another person.

Expanding the organization chart

By default, the organization chart shows a person and their direct reports. Turn the "Show only direct report" toggle off to display more people.

What kind of information is available?

The information you can see about a person includes:

  • Online status

  • Location

  • Contact information

  • Skills/Ask me about

  • Manager

  • Peers

  • Total reports: The number of people that are in the person's own managerial chart

  • Direct reports: The number of people that report directly to the person in focus

  • People they collaborate with

Want to update your own information? You can update it on your profile card or in Delve.

Who are the people in the “Works with” section?

The people you see under 'Works with' are people the person collaborates with. Who you see is based on public communication in your organization, like common groups, distribution lists, shared Outlook calendar events, and reporting structure.

See Also

Org Explorer

Search for a person in Org Explorer

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