This way you can start with memorizing the shape and chord name based on a chord shape you already know. These shapes are also moveable, like a bar chord, so shifting them around will help you play them in other keys. I'm going to show them in E bar shapes and A bar shapes so you can have a few different places on the fretboard to play them.
Here are the notes that are included to build these chords and their names:
|A7||Dominant 7th||1, 3, 5, ♭7|
|Amaj7||Major 7th||1, 3, 5, 7|
|A7sus||Suspended 7th||1, 4, 5, ♭7|
|Am7||Minor 7th||1, ♭3, 5, ♭7|
|Aaug7||Augmented 7th||1, 3, ♯5, ♭7|
|Am7b5||Half diminished||1, ♭3, ♭5, ♭7|
|Adim7||Diminished 7th||1, ♭3, ♭5, ♭♭7|
Rather than focusing on the theory of the chord, which is included above in the chord structure, I want to focus on learning the shape. This will help you remember it and add it to your chord vocabulary.