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๐Ÿ—บ๏ธ Adding a Floor Plan
๐Ÿ—บ๏ธ Adding a Floor Plan
How to add a desk or seating map plan to Officely.
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Written by Rich Turnbull
Updated over a week ago

If your team needs to see where particular Neighborhoods and desks are located, you can use the Officely Floor Plan feature.

Because Officely lives inside Slack, we have built a floor plan tool that is used as a reference point for employees.

Instead of an interactive map, employees can use Officely Floor Plan to look at where each desk is before choosing where to sit within the app.

All you need to do is upload your map to Officely, use this guide to get started.

๐Ÿ’ก Officely doesn't create a floor plan for you. We just allow you to add your own floor plan so that your employees can easily access it when booking into the office.

If you don't already have a floor plan, Room Sketcher is an easy to use resource.

How to Add a Floor Plan to Officely

Step 1: Save your floor plan in a file that your employees can access (eg in a Google Drive or Dropbox folder or equivalent) and copy the link

Step 2: Open Officely, scroll down and click Settings.

Step 3: Click Offices at the top.

Step 4: Click on the three dots to the right of the office you wish to add a floor plan to, and select Settings.

Step 6: Scroll down to Floor Plan and click Add.

Step 7: Add the link to the image of your floor plan. This should be hosted in Google Drive Dropbox or equivalent.

Step 8: Click Add to save your floor plan.

Great, that's all done!

Head back to the Officely home screen > Click on see details next to the given day > You'll be able to access the floor plan from there ๐Ÿค— Your employees will now be able to view that before booking a desk.

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