Central roll up of all tasks across all plans to see manage overall workload
A roll up of tasks from all Plans, or the ability to link plans and then roll up those tasks into a central graph to allow a manager to oversee the task volume allocated to a team
And also see overall tasks by person across Plans
Dan Sullivan commented
This would be really helpful. Having the ability to select (ie 1, many or all plans as you execute the rolled up view would make my life easier and help me sell the adoption of Teams to other teams.
Mateusz Bartosik commented
Asana has something perfectly fitting the problem: https://asana.com/product/workload
Lisa T commented
This is essential for management to see quickly how things are going.
Yes, this is an absolute no brainer. As a senior manager, I have easily 100+ plans to monitor across multiple managers. We must have some ability to view all of this holistically. This request is as obvious as needing templates! Come on MS!!
Agreed! This would move this tool from a consumer tool to something more useful for business. Combined with moving cards between boards, powerful!
Steve Phillips commented
A roll-up is essential for teams with contributors working tasks in multiple plans.
Rather than a single, centralized roll-up, a chart that shows the tasks within a date range for selected contributors on selected plans would be more useful.
Priority 1: If I have someone working task on multiple plans, I need to see what tasks that person is completing this week for each of those plans.
Priority 2: For a particular project, a roll-up of all tasks being delivered within a given date range (i.e. this week).
Priority 3: A roll-up of tasks being delivered across all plans by all contributors for a given date range.
Very essential future. Needs to be release asap!
Absolutely, essential feature to be able to manage teams effectively!
Especially when used in Teams with Channels that use the Planner Tab. The Channels feature helps divide up the work topics in a team, so a rollup would be nice.
Cristian Echeverría commented
This could be really useful, to see the workload of a single person across all my plans. Maybe at the hub plans view.