Reporting with Planner
Planner should provide a quick and easy way to report regularly. For example, a view of what was accomplished during a specific week would be helpful, so a date filter and a status filter may be needed. Additionally, a static snapshot would be helpful, for reporting to executives that require information push, so a way to group projects in addition to 'favorites' is needed, as well as a way to email a snapshot of the group dashboard.
We don’t have any major updates to share at this time – Export to excel is still our first step towards delivering better reporting capabilities in Planner. You can find updates and discussion on this suggestion here:
Thank you for your patience and feedback! If you have any other suggestions on how you’d like to utilize reporting functionality in Planner, please comment below!
The Planner Team
To have the possibility to see several numbers of plans and their progress in one place. So you can create a plan for each project and you don't need to put everything in one place.
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David Herries commented
Yes simple access to the data model within PowerBI reporting, please!
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Something that maybe reported comments for the week would be nice. I used to use base camp and it would send me a weekly report of activity on the projects. This would be great, and even better if we could filter by project or person.
Gary Railton commented
It's a surprise that this isn't one of MS strong points seeing the availability of Power Automate and Power BI. I'm sure the ability to embed a PowerBi report into Planner wouldn't be that difficult nor take 4 years to think about!
Mick Galt commented
almost 2 year since the last update.
is there update on this ??
Like power automate Power BI that is generated, it would be very productive to get something similar for planner where you can get an overview of what is done, is coming etc. Exporting excel and creating reports is not very helpful when working in busy time
Add the functionality for a Manager to generate cross-planner reports, similar to the plan by plan "charts", just an aggregated version of that. But without the need to hire a developer to setup Power BI.
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Nope Noway commented
I cant fathom that Microsoft expects Planner to be a functional project planning tool when every stakeholder asks for a Gantt chart. No Gantt chart, no functionality.
Planner is really lacking some way of monitoring completed tasks. I really wish we could just see what tasks were completed during a date range.
Hi, I would need a statistic based on the requester of some activities and subject
A good example to look at this would be to look at the functionality that Jira has.
It can output the work load, the number of late tasks, it can tell you the activity of tasks (ie. are people actually utilizing and engaging on planner, or does it only get looked at once a month by the project manager).
We urgently need a Power BI connector to Planner. This a showstopper for us. We will not invest in 3rd party products.
I can't sell the boss on this product until they're able to get an overview of all of the team's projects.
Will C commented
Would really like this feature, a simple new filter for Completed that allows "today, last week, this month, and all time" filters would be perfect. Can even keep the same graph layouts that are there today.
This feature would be very useful for weekly reviews.
We have weekly meeting where we go through all things that were accomplished in previous period and review upcoming weeks tasks.
Right now all tasks that are marked complete will disappear from schedule view and it is not possible to look back to last week.
This task “Show completed tasks in Schedule (calendar) view” could also solve this case.
Dennis (Oresund) commented
If you know how to code, this is the solution to create your own connector :/