With Microsoft Planner, you can create a plan, build a team, assign tasks, and update status—all in a few easy steps. Microsoft Planner is available to most people with an Office 365 work or school subscription; it doesn't come with Office 365 personal (for example: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org) or government subscriptions.
Ready to make a plan? Dive in with the Planner Quick Start or follow these steps:
Step 3: Sort tasks into buckets
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Work together without chaos
Everyone can see who is working on what at all times. Attach files and have rich conversations around tasks.
Collaborate with your team
Attach files, photos, or links
Add a checklist to a task
Set a preview picture for a task
Add comments to tasks
Flag your tasks with labels
Set and update task progress
Use Planner in Microsoft Teams
Always stay informed
Keep track of your team's progress and stay on top of your work—from anywhere, on any device.
View charts of your plan's progress
View all of your tasks and plans
Mark plans as favorites
Get notifications about your tasks and plans
Delete a task or plan
View your tasks on a calendar
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What's coming soon in Microsoft Planner?
As part of Office 365, Microsoft Planner is included on the Office 365 Roadmap, where you can find out what has launched, what's in the process of rolling out, what's in development, what has been cancelled, and what was previously released. The Roadmap is a great way to stay on top of what's coming soon.