Creating a Planner plan from a template allows a team working on a project to start working with the plan without creating a new plan from scratch. This is particularly useful when the same basic plan is used on multiple occasions. In this article, Sean Mcavinue shows you how to do this with some PowerShell Automation!
Microsoft Planner is a team-based task management system. Read about how to create new plans and assign tasks to team members.
In the first article about using the Planner Graph API to report details of plans in a Microsoft 365 tenant, we explained the basics of how to extract data about plans, tasks, and buckets to create a report using a PowerShell script. Now we take the lessons learned a step forward to illustrate the principle that with access to data, the possibility for creative use of that data is boundless and upgrade the script to include a listing of incomplete tasks and per-user analysis of incomplete tasks for each plan.
Ten years after its launch, backing up Office 365 data is more difficult than ever before. Apps are more complex and interconnected and APIs aren't available. What should an Office 365 administrator do to protect tenant data. Here's some thoughts on the challenges and why Microsoft needs to do more to help in this space.
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Synchronizing Microsoft Planner tasks with Outlook is now available as iCalendar integration. But should you turn it off?
After several months of using Microsoft Planner in Office 365 to manage tasks and collaborate on projects, here's what's good about Planner so far (and what's missing as well).