Microsoft Teams and Planner Integration
We definitely would want the ability to import (or link) existing O365 Group Planner tasks instead of having to create new planner. We currently linked MSFT Teams with one of our existing O365 Group, but there is no way to see all of the tasks that are currently visible within the Group from Teams.
We’ve recently shipped the ability to add an existing plan in Microsoft Teams. If you start in Microsoft Planner and create a set of tasks, navigate to Microsoft Teams and add the O365 Group in Teams. Click the ‘+’ icon to add a new tab, and select “Planner”. You’ll now see a new radio button titled, “Use an existing plan”.
Julio Escobar commented
Noto que falta integración entre las tareas de Planner y Teams para poder chatear directamente sobre cada una de ellas mismas.
Al crearse una nueva tarea se pueda seguir el hilo de la conversación sobre la misma comunicación.
Jo Kr commented
unluckily this does not work for External users :-(
They receive 401 Errors!
Dave Smith commented
I have tried for several years to make a suggestion to make OneNote more useful but have kept falling on deaf ears.
It would be very useful if the folders and subfolders could be sorted by alpha in the EDIT section.
I have hundreds of folders and subfolders on my medical projects.
OMG. We are just starting to roll out Teams and Planner and now I have a headache. It makes it looks like Planner and Teams are integrated but they're really not.
Create a Plan in Planner. Go to Teams and add a Plan. Choose to add an existing plan but you don't see the one you made.
Create a Plan in Teams, then go to Planner to see it in a better view and it's not there.
But yet tasks from both show up under My Tasks in Planner. This is so confusing.
Michael Anderson commented
It would be very beneficial to see all of the plans created via Teams in the Planner hub
Need to be able to marry Teams Channels to Tasks in Planner.
Xander Hartog commented
When creating a Team in Teams; You actually create a Group.
When creating a Plan in Planner; You actually create a Group.
Plan(ner) comes default with a Group.
Owners of Groups can link a team in Teams to their Group.
In Teams (channels) you can add a Tab to include the Planner from that specific Group.
Correct terminology and knowledge of the products helps a lot in accomplishing your needs ;-)
Stefan Palm commented
I got surprised today when I was to add a new planner tab to a team....new choice available "Looks like this team has existing plans. Select an existing plan to add it as a tab." Cool! (and yes it did work selecting a plan created in groups)
Not sure why this was not enabled in the first place..
R Verner commented
Pooja Verma commented
This will be really helpful to track the tasks more efficiently
Ciro Martinez commented
This is a great idea.