There are more details for tasks than just deadlines and assignments. This movie will explore some of those options including labels, checklists, descriptions, and comments. Comments are essential for communicating your progress with coworkers.
- [Voiceover] When we created tasks, you probably saw…that there were some options that we skipped over.…You can always go back into tasks later, and update them.…So let's go back and see some of those options…and see how we can make updates as we go.…Now these options are available to all users…in this plan, but I want to work in the account…for Jennifer, because she has some…pretty important tasks assigned to her.…So I want you to recognize that we're in…the Office 365 account for Jennifer.…Now of course I could click on the plan…here on the sidebar to go to the information page…for that plan, and I could go through…all of the tasks listed here and find the tasks…that have been assigned to me or assigned to…Jennifer in this case.…
But what will be easier is if I go to the sidebar…and find this item that says My tasks.…If I click on that, I'm gonna see a list…of only the tasks that have been assigned to this user.…And of course, if this user is a member of multiple plans,…then she may see tasks listed that are associated…
Join Nick Brazzi as he shows you how to get started with Microsoft Planner. He takes you through basic administration, including team member setup and plan creation. After establishing teams and plans, Nick shows you how assign tasks to team members and how to use the features that help keep the plan organized, including labels, checklists, and descriptions. Since collaboration is essential, Nick demonstrates how both you and the team can use comments to communicate progress with coworkers. He concludes with how to keep plans on schedule through monitoring and changing assignments when necessary.
- Finding and accessing Microsoft Planner
- Creating and administering teams
- Making plans and tasks
- Editing task details
- Reviewing schedules
- Monitoring plans, tasks, and assignments
- Managing multiple plans