Add OneNote Tasks to Planner
If an item is tagged as a Task in the OneNote Notebook associated with the Group/Plan, automatically add that to the task Plan task list
Our current "workaround" is placing links to OneNote-sections in the tasks of Planner, but it is hugely annoying because:
1) Back-and-forth between the two tools
2) Planner only allows weblinks (https://...) and not the onenote:https:// links, thus you can only link to whole pages and not to a specific section on a page.
Please Microsoft integrate this properly!
Greg Rybka commented
Has anyone come up with a temporary work around using IFTTT or MS Flow?
Paul Pantelis commented
I am sad to see the latest version of OneNote has lost the ability to link tasks created with the task list in Outlook. Hope you can bring this back.
Henning Lorang commented
it should be possible to create a link to a OneNote 2016 site
please add full integration and sync of outlook, todo, onenote and planner and ideally to fully implement the GTD approach.
Add the ability to create a planner task from a onenote entry. It should allow the population of the description to be a url to the onenote entry and the title to be from the title of the onenote page title. A todo tag or a new page in a section trigger. Attempting to use power automate as it exists to fill this gap has almost worked but has not proved to be a usable or reliant solution.
This would be very usefull!
Robert Leskovar commented
This is same as
Please merge these requests and votes.
+ 1. We need integration between OneNote / To-Do / Planner.
The scenario is simple: we all use OneNote to take notes during meetings and as we capture Tasks/Actions we need to be able to simply add them into Planner / To-Do on-the-go, so that we don't end up having tasks spread across ou Planner / To-Do on one side, and across OneNote on the other side. This is really necessary please! Thanks in advance Microsoft.
So this idea was initiated 4 years ago, which I think is crucial for Microsoft Teams and O365, but it seems nothing was done since. Well done Microsoft. But don't wonder if everyone else then uses other products like Monday and similar..
Nick Ellis commented
I have been specifically asked about this by multiple customers. Needed as soon as possible.
Janelle Hagen commented
I am testing out the Decisions app which has this functionality already. I really like the Decisions app, but it seems to be a little too cumbersome to be adopted universally in my organization.What would be better is what everyone is talking about which is the ability to create tasks and decisions that directly populate Planner from One Note-- just like how it works now once you have the Decisions app. I think that this feature would make adoption rate for teams and planner sky-rocket in my organization. It would be even better if One Note allowed you to create a task in a Notebook for one team/plan that could be driven to a different planner board by just adding a tag or some sort of nomenclature. Sometimes I have product development team leader meetings where we generate tasks that need to apply to a planner board in a different team. Being able to do that right from one note would be great.
When will Planner be integrated with OneNote? Tasks can assigned while taking notes during the meeting or work session
Hassan Elkhouli commented
Missing link to be achieve by having this other than using third party tool! .
So needed, would be the perfect workflow. Take alle the crisp notes in onenote, add required planner actions "on the fly" from onenote.
Agree, this is badly needed. Come on MS, get this implemented already
Blair Purvis commented
I would prefer it to go the other way. From OneNote - Insert, Planner tasks filtered by Bucket, Label, Assigned To, Overdue or by Status. That way our Teams Meetings with our Meeting Notes in OneNote, can discuss in detail the Tasks for review. If it is embedded into OneNote - any updates to that embedded content is reflected back in Planner.
Die Funktion fehlt, sonst macht das Konzept keinen Sinn!
This is a major missing part in Planner!!
It also should push back to OneNote once the task has been completed in Planner.
This is the missing link - it should be a priority to develop..