Microsoft Planner has received a new icon, inspired by the designs of icons for PowerPoint, OneNote, Teams, and Yammer.
Microsoft has updated the freshly-released To-Do app for Mac to add the Planner integration that was already available on other platforms.
Microsoft Planner integration has now been fully integrated into Microsoft To-Do.
Microsoft To-Do beta on Android can now has a dedicated section showing assigned Planner tasks, but the team is also working on the ability to assign any task in To-Do to other individuals.
Microsoft To-Do will soon integrate with Planner, Microsoft’s Trello competitor for Office 365 customers, and the company is also working on notifications for Planner tasks in Microsoft Teams.
Microsoft Planner, the company’s alternative to Trello now allows users to save some time by copying existing plans.
With Multiplan, it’s finally possible to create multiple Plans inside the same Office 365 Group.
Microsoft Planner, the company’s visual tool for organizing team work is now available for US Government cloud customers.
Microsoft is now allowing SharePoint users to embed Planner plans into SharePoint sites.
Microsoft Planner has just gained a new copy Task feature, which lets you easily copy task to the Plan of your choice.
Planner users can now import all their Planner tasks in their Outlook Calendar via an iCalendar feed.
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.
The Trello competitor is getting four new features to give you greater visibility into project schedules.
Microsoft’s Planner app for iOS and Android has been updated this week with push notifications support.
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.