In this video, learn how to mark a plan as a favorite from within a plan or from the Planner hub, and then quickly access your favorites from the Favorites group on the left-hand navigation pane. Plus, see how to remove a plan from your favorites list.
- [David] Over time, as you and your organization…continue to work with Microsoft Planner,…the number of plans that get created…that you may be a part of or need to access…will grow and become somewhat cumbersome…over here on the left-hand side,…looking at Recent plans, for example,…or when going to the Planner hub.…You'll be able to access all plans from here,…and if there are many, many plans,…it can take several clicks to get to the ones…that you use most often.…So another option is to make a plan a Favorite.…
There's a few different ways to do this.…One option, if we go to a plan,…the one we've been working on, for example,…L&M User Conference, with it open,…you'll notice, next to the name, this star.…This allows you to add it to your Favorites,…which means it will show up here…in the left-hand pane under Favorites.…We can also to the ellipses here.…You'll see Add to favorites shows up on the menu,…but let's just click the star.…Notice the star now is filled in,…and L&M User Conference shows up here under Favorites.…
- Creating a plan
- Adding and assigning tasks
- Sorting tasks into buckets
- Attaching files to tasks
- Flagging tasks with labels
- Updating a task's status
- Viewing progress on a plan
- Using charts to view progress
Skill Level Beginner
What you should know1m 4s
1. Get Started with Planner
Create a plan from Outlook4m 16s
2. Manage Tasks
3. Team Collaboration
4. Monitor Plan Progress
Next steps1m 9s
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