Welcome back to our Windows 10 news recap, where we go over the top stories of the past week in the world of Microsoft’s flagship operating system. Microsoft Planner is getting Guest Access support, UWP app also in the works Microsoft’s visual teamwork planning tool, Microsoft Planner, is to receive its own UWP app for […]
Guest Access in Planner should start rolling out over the next couple of days, and all Office 365 customers should have it at the end of April.
Microsoft news recap is a weekly feature highlighting the top Microsoft news stories of the past week. Sit back, grab some coffee, and enjoy the read! Microsoft Rewards Dashboard redesigned with cleaner look, new streak system, more Microsoft Rewards is Microsoft’s own take of a reward program for its customers. It offers up the chance […]
Microsoft Planner is now optimized for the iPad, and the taks manager app also supports Split View multitasking and Slide Over on recent iPads with iOS 11.
Microsoft has just updated its Planner web app with a new UI that should improve performance for plans with a high number of tasks.
The official Microsoft Planner app has finally launched on Android just a couple of months after its debut on iOS. The app works in conjunction with an Office 365 work or school subscription and allows for a streamlined way to manage members and tasks. Here’s the official app description and some of its features: Planner […]
As you probably know by now, OnMSFT has switched over to Microsoft Office 365 and in doing so, we’ve adopted Microsoft Teams as our primary source of communication and workflow. But not all of us are taking the change easily. In fact, I could argue that the stapled together HipChat/Trello flow we used to have […]
It’s finally possible to assign multiple people to a task in Microsoft Planner, something that was one of the top requested features from Office 365 customers.
When we made the switch from WinBeta.org to OnMSFT.com, we needed to move away from our (free) legacy Gmail custom domains setup (yeah, we know – Google, ugh!) to a paid solution, and Office 365 was pretty much a no brainer. For about $5 per user per month, which is what Google charges now for […]
Microsoft Teams developers have big plans for the Planner integration, particularly bringing feature parity across web and desktop applications.
While Microsoft is currently rolling out its new Trello-like organizational planning tool Planner, the Office 365 team has shared today a new video showcasing how the standalone app can help teams to organize teamwork in a visual way.
The Office 365 team has announced today that its organizational planning tool, Microsoft Planner, will be rolling out to all eligible Office 365 customers across the world.