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James D. Schwarzmeier

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    2 comments  ·  Office 365 Admin  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    James D. Schwarzmeier commented  · 

    I fully agree! Every month we get six different bills on different dates. There should be a way to get one single bill/invoice, itemized by each of the different services we're subscribed to. Every month our CFO tell us we shouldn't have to deal with this; every other vendor we deal with consolidates their various services into line items.

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    43 comments  ·  Office 365 Groups  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

    Hi All,

    Thanks for this request. We are rolling out the links to planner boards for groups in Outlook desktop from the group card, so that should help get to the planner task list.
    This request seems to be asking for the Outlook desktop tasks list to also show planner tasks. Can you help us understand the use cases and details on the actions you expect to perform with planner tasks in Outlook?

    Thanks.

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    James D. Schwarzmeier commented  · 

    I would say this is one of a number of examples of users being confused at the differences between things. If they are assigned tasks, they don't care whether they came from Planner or a follow-up flag or whatever. They are all just things the user needs to do. In other words, the Outlook app should really just be a front-end client to ALL the tasks the user has. If they have to go to the tasks tab for SOME tasks and look at groups for DIFFERENT tasks, that's just going to generate confusion.

    Another good example is viewing group calendars. Getting them to show up on the calendar tab is a super weird process. It doesn't matter if it's a group calendar or a personal calendar or a Sharepoint calendar; they all just represent meetings the person needs be aware of. So, they should all just automatically show up in the same place.

    Common theme/bottom line: consolidate ways of doing things across O365. You can have different front-ends optimized for different scenarios, but they shouldn't need to look in different places for the same type of data or workflow.

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    James D. Schwarzmeier commented  · 

    As others have commented, the response in no way addresses this feedback. Being able to prevent unsubscription is necessary for groups to replace distribution lists.

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