Well, there isn’t a topic for both. Since choosing the right symbol is heavily dependent on the part package, the category does fit.
I see in your original post that you have a specific pMOSFET part number. You will need to get a hold of the datasheet for that part because you need to know which pin number is which pin function. Several models of mosfets that use the same package may not agree on pin number to function, and the same model in different packages may have different pin-outs as well. If that model has several packages, you need to decide on which one you will use. The symbols in the standard libraries are labeled SGD, DSG, etc. Those are the pin 1, 2, and 3 order. So for the first example SGD, pin 1 = Source, pin 2 = Gate, and pin 3 = Drain.
A trick that you can use is if you are using multiple mosfets of the same type in your design, place one mosfet symbol. Then immediately get all the settings correct (footprint, ordering information, etc). Then copy that symbol as many times as you need it. This helps reduce the amount of duplicated information that you have to type in. (You can apply this technique for all other components.)