Join Nick Brazzi for an in-depth discussion in this video Next steps, part of Microsoft Planner: First Look.
- [Voiceover] Thanks for joining me…for this brief course on Microsoft Planner.…Planner is a pretty small tool, so I think you should…be able to dive in and start using it…pretty quickly now that you've finished this course.…We have plenty of other courses related to Office 365…that you may want to check out if you want to go further.…David Rivers has a great introduction to Office 365…for new users called Learn Office 365, The Basics.…If you want to get familiar with the other web apps…in Office 365, or how to administrate your account,…you might want to check out this course.…
If your organization does not have an Office 365…business implementation and you want to learn…how to set that up for your company,…then you might want to check out Deploying Office 365.…These courses should give you all the additional information…that you need to get familiar with Office 365…or to roll out Office 365 Business for your organization.…I hope this course was helpful as you get started…using Microsoft Planner and Office 365.…
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