In this video, learn what Microsoft Planner is all about, what it can be used for, and what types of Office 365 subscribers get access to it.
- [Instructor] So what is Planner exactly,…and how do you get it?…In a nutshell, Planner is a project management tool…for teams that's online.…It's a tool for businesses, schools,…and organizations that will help with structuring teamwork…and collaboration on projects,…by automating many of the tasks related to…groups of people working together on a project.…With Planner, team members can create plans…with assigned tasks, and then add automation…such as setting due dates that send out reminders…and notifications, updating the status of the project…and individual tasks, easily sharing…and collaborating on files.…
And there are cool visuals on a dashboard…that makes it easy to monitor progress,…and even make adjustments right from the graphics…without having to leave the dashboard.…So who exactly gets this new tool?…Well, for now, not every Office 365 subscriber…will find a Planner app launcher tile when they log in.…You will see the app launcher for Planner…if you or your organization subscribes…to any of the following Office 365 Enterprise plans…
- 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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