Microsoft Planner help

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: name@outlook.com or name@hotmail.com) or government subscriptions.

Ready to make a plan? Dive in with the Planner Quick Start or follow these steps:

Step 1: Sign in and create a plan

Step 2: Add tasks and give them dates

Step 3: Sort tasks into buckets

Step 4: Add people and assign them to tasks

Are you an admin? Learn about Microsoft Planner for admins

Need tips on how to set up your plan? Check out these Planner scenario videos

Need accessibility tips? Learn how to navigate in Microsoft Planner using accessible features

Got feedback or need more help? We'd love to hear from you! In Planner, click Settings Settings (Gear icon) > Send Planner feedback. Or find the Answers to top Microsoft Planner questions.

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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.

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