I want a "Convert to Task Planner" button for emails
Most of our tasks come in via email, a simple button to convert it to a planner task would be imperative, otherwise it renders the planner a little bit pointless for us.
As an update, our colleagues in To-Do have delivered the ability to create tasks directly from Outlook.com!
To-Do has rolled out the Tasks Pane for Outlook.com’s Mail & Calendar, and is also the new Tasks for Outlook.com! With Planner’s & To-Do’s integration, we hope that To-Do will become a central hub for all of your personal tasks, and that switching to Planner to collaborate with others is seamless!
Here’s more information on the To-Do’s task experience within Outlook: https://support.office.com/en-us/article/using-microsoft-to-do-with-outlook-com-416865a1-0c4d-4e69-af6f-f98ffce3747c
Allow for reporting on completed tasks by completion date
To "close the circle", this is the most important thing. Like this: https://apps4.pro/convert-email-to-task.aspx
if it converted everything (The message and attachments) it would be an amazing addition.
Perhaps it would be more interesting to add (reverse) integration from to-do to planner.
This is itself looks a benefit and moreover, this way you can lever the existing mail to to-do integration.
To the user , to-do would function as the central hub for personal tasks and planner could be the place where personal tasks get shared into teams.
Mark Alt commented
Great that this has been added. I noticed that the category function was no longer part of To-Do. Any future plans and being able to categorize your tasks / To-do lists?
michael g commented
I propose a linked email instead of email conversion to planner
It would be perfect if the attachments of the E-mail are added to the task as well
A. Dijkstra commented
It must be a linked to email, not just copy text from email to create Task.
It very important. As well it must be a linked to email, not just copy text from email to create Task. I want always have possibility go fast from task to that email and answer.
Mario Rodrigues commented
I completely agree with that integration, so many tasks come to us via email and a bridge with Planner would be perfect.
The functionality would be complete when Planner could export the tasks to a excel to let us to create statistics of our Planner tasks.
Filipe Alves commented
I agree! An integration between outlook and Planner is a must. We need to easily convert emails into planner tasks
I'm looking forward to seeing this reach my tenant!
If you want to beat Slack, please add this Button in Outlook, Web 265 Outlook and in Teams. Thank you!
We've tried to migrate to Planner from Trello but really can't justify a full migration until this feature is available.
This would be used immediately. It would also help to move my team from an Email-Based service model to a Planner-Based service model.
Roberta Blank commented
Seeing as this doesn't work with work accounts, I think the vast majority of users will not see this update as too beneficial.
GREAT idea for cross task 'pollination' as it were - sometimes you need BOTH and this would be a great enhancement!
It would be very helpful to have a To-Do icon in Outlook to replace the Task icon in the lower left corner of the screen.
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Petr Musil commented
RE: Planner Team's comment on "To-Do’s task experience" - sorry, how is that possibly relevant to this thread?
Especially when the link in your post says really horrible things, like: "Microsoft To-Do does not currently support ... the start and end dates, task status, task completion percentage, priority levels, task work hours, task colors, option to format text in notes, or file attachments", and "...currently only available for users logging in with a personal Microsoft account".
One would think your colleagues from "To-Do" team have very little to boast about, really.
But do you have any news on the "Convert to Task Planner button for emails" feature that this thread is about?