In this video, you will learn how to find and launch Microsoft Planner from your Office 365 login screen, and get a brief overview of the Planner user interface where you can create new plans, access and modify existing plans, assign tasks and deadlines t
- [Narrator] Another new team-based collaboration app…available to Office365 for Business subscribers,…is Microsoft Planner.…With Planner you can set up teams and plans…in a business environment to get things done…more efficiently, by assigning tasks,…setting due dates and collaborating…with one another on assignments.…From the Planner Hub you can create new plans…or access existing plans to make modifications.…Inside a plan, which can be private or public,…you can do things like add members if you wanted to,…you'll see a list of members at the top.…
You can assign tasks and deadlines to those members.…And you can stay on top of progress,…by monitoring a plan or a project,…just go back to the Planner Hub to get a nice…overview of what's going on with you plans.…So that's a very quick overview of Planner.…If you're an Office365 user in a business environment,…and your organization subscribes to one of the…Office365 Business plans, you have access to Planner.…If you think Planner is something you'd like…to work with, and you'd like to learn more,…
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