Add Recycle for deleted tasks in Plan
Currently there is no possibility to restore deleted tasks and no option to restrict deletion. Assigned person can delete task and say after that haven't seen it.
In other case, deletion can be done by reason. Nevertheless, ability to restore is important.
Both situations can be handled by old good Recycle for deleted tasks, placed under Plan options. With ability to restore task with all important info: attaches, comments, check list etc. Restore of bucket and labels is nice to have.
omar laverde commented
Of course you need this
Jan Michael commented
Must have for us to use planner as tool in Projects as we have to fulfill certain requirements on traceability. Accidental or willing deletion of all tasks would be major problem.
Krishna Kanumuri commented
This is a must have feature... We are evaluating this product and saw this is a major flaw implementing that for our team
Stephen Henley commented
100%. This is an urgent function. We are actively looking for an alternative system purely on the basis of deleting tasks. We have just lost a considerable amount of data attached to tasks and we have no idea who deleted them.. Come on MS...!!
Someone just deleted all tasks in the plan and I can't even find out who did it. Useless!
Coşkun Filiz commented
PLEASE add user permissions on each plan!! I cannot use Planner without this option!
Cory Kincaid commented
This is a critical need holding back ability to recommend this as a robust solution for many use cases in the business. Cannot direct people to use something with high confidence if an accidental delete results in irrevocable destruction of data...
How about just a simple no delete but send to archive function and then an ability to only delete from the archive bucket?
please more votes and more focus on this !
Crazy to see you can't recycle a deleted item and worse that we can't have a track on who has deleted the actions.
Jeff Stucker commented
This is crazy. I think I accidentally deleted a few tasks (but I'm not sure) because the mouse focus didn't fully switch to a text box I was trying to edit -- just to delete a single word in a task description. Now I can't find what black hole those tasks might have disappeared into....
As it is not implemented yet, do you have solution on this till it is implemented?
Oswaldo Torres commented
That is a fundamental feature. Please Microsoft, fix it ¡¡¡
Enzo Scocco commented
Hi, this is a huge issue. People have discovered that they can delete tasks and there is no way to track who did it or even recover it. Is useless without this feature. This kind of things affects the entire office 365 solution because the perception of the tools is like having an army knife to build a house is nice and it's cool to have it in the pocket but useless for serious purposes
This has been an issue for more than a year! How is this not a higher priority? Like any Enterprise O365 client, there is no way for us to use Planner without some sort of minimal data protection.
This is so needed.
We are starting using Teams and we really need the Planner and undelete Task feature (urgently) please implement thank you
Definitely need such a feature. It's a show stopper for us if not implemented. Shame as Planner, especially used with Teams, is an absolutely great tool. Please MS, implement this little change!
Dear MS, when will we see the update?
Microsoft Planner cannot be used within an Enterprise if there is no audit of task deletion and the ability to restore a deleted task. Please add this feature as I would really like to stop using other tasks and move to Microsoft Planner.
Adding the ability to manage tasks by either restricting deletion or by holding them in a trash can that can be managed/owned would be a beneficial enhancement.
Planner is very beneficial with the assignment and automated emails. My team immediately went in and clicked everything and realized very quickly that their deletion of the tasks makes it like they never happened. Although the team is honest, we agreed this is not a usable product until we have some level of data integrity.