Better integration between Planner and Teams
I have been trying to get Teams and Planner to pass plans back and forth but they don't seem to be integrated correctly. A team I create in Teams can be seen as a group in planner but the plan does not appear.
Also plans in planner don't appear in teams
Lisa Murmann commented
David Galbraith commented
That is correct...it is useless. Having multiple places to view your tasks just makes no sense. It appears if you have the planner tab added to a channel within Teams the planner tasks are lost to just that viewing capability alone. While using the same format, they are disconnected, rendering the Planner app useless or the Planner tab inside of Teams useless. Without tight integration there, my staff simply wont use either since they will have no continuity as to its use.
For instance in the (normal?) planner, people can comment/discuss a task within a task. Not so on a Planner task within Teams
Another thing confusing is Office365 groups can have calendar, discussions, files and One Note. Then that group can be tied to a Planner/Plan.
Now that group can also be tied to a team directly, but then here is the problem: For example say that *** is an o365 group.
The users can get to *** OneNote and files on the 0365 site
And a different set of *** OneNote/files within teams
And I think also same within Planner, etc.