- [David] Well, congratulations.…You've reached the end of this course on Planner.…You should now be feeling more comfortable…with this Office 365 project management tool…and have an idea how you might use Planner moving forward…and feel ready to proceed on your own.…As an Office 365 subscriber with access to Planner,…you might want to take project management to the next level…by integrating Planner with other apps.…For example, if you use Microsoft Teams in your organization…to bring together people, conversations, and content,…you should know it integrates well with Planner…and the projects you create with it.…
Also, Planner can be used with Microsoft Flow…for automating workflow between Planner…and other apps and services for getting notifications,…synchronizing files, and collecting data on your projects.…If either of these are of interest to you,…I highly recommend checking out the courses available…here at LinkedIn Learning on Teams and Flow…to quickly learn how you can use both…in conjunction with Planner to simplify…
- 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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