iPad specific app
iPad specific app to make use of the greater screen size.
We’re happy to announce that the Planner iPad app is now available in the iOS App Store!
You can get the app from the App Store here:
We invite everyone to install the app and start using it today! Please let us know what you’d like us to add by continuing to suggest and vote for features.
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Email Marketing in Dubai commented
This is a nice post. The iphone app is nice, but the size of an iPad will make it so much more useful. Thanks for sharing this useful information.
Jake Tse commented
Does the Planner app automatically fit the screen size and display resolutions of all iPad models listed here: https://www.cfone.net/apple-ipad-models-generations.html
Marjor Jackson commented
I want to know How can we improve Planner.By the way iPad app is very useful for all .I have also used it and also visit to <a href= "https://babasupport.org/apple/ipad-customer-service-number/314"> ipad Customer Service Number</a> to know about that.
I got excited about this, but I can't access my planner board. I have a tab in MS Teams but I can't see it in the app, I can only see the Office 365 groups.
Jeff Allen commented
Yeah and Thanks!
Is there a release date (or at least an estimation) for the native iPad version?
We are discussing the implementation of Planner in our administrative processes right now - but if there won't be an iPad version soon, we won't consider it any more...
Heiko R. commented
Yes, please, planner on iPad would be a killer app.
Please let’s have that very soon.
The iphone app is nice, but the size of an iPad will make it so much more useful.
David Wible commented
This would be a tremendously helpful feature.
Matt K commented
We are rolling our Teams very fast in a large organisation and with many many staff working on iPADS its essential we achieve the goal of being able to navigate the tasks our staff have been assigned across many plans and teams. Digital Transformaiton is about working in multiple projects / teams and staying on top of the game. iPads have been a great device with the integrated keyboard in pro and long battery life - our staff work anywhere from them. Please optimise this great prodiuct for IPAD.
I’m using the planner app on Ipad pro and not having much success. It won’t operate ion landscape view, and you guys may not know this, but when you put a keyboard on an ipad pro, its n landscape view. So you fold the keyboard away and go portrait, but no onscreen keyboard appears, so you can’t type. So only choice is to use it landscap, tilt your head sideways and type in landscape mode wheil screen is in portrsairt, really?
when will the app be available?
Nelson Andrade commented
Filters for cards with specific user attribution, overdue tasks or with an due date whitin X days, cards not moved since X days, multiple bucked views, off line use with sync mode would be very interesting on a IPad version App (essential) as well as on the iPhone and browser versions! (Sure that is very helpfully on a short time!)
Good decision, but too late. Due to the slow development speed, some severe limitations and missing Basic functionality, I decided to switch to a competitive product - MeisterPlan.
This has a been a good decision. MeisterPlan started development two years ago (approximately at the same time when Microsoft started the Planner development) but it is far more sophisticated, feature complete, stable and - most importantly - client Independent. I will stay with MeisterPlan therefore.
I’d like a native ipad app with the ability to work offline. Since some of my projects’ locations have limited or no wifi/data signal.
Gary Parke commented
We also need full integration with teams so we can work on our channel plans from within the app. Currently it is impossible to work on plans from the teams app on ios.
Michael Bongard commented
+1. Also, the web version shouldn’t offer to open in the iOS app on iPad (or at least allow the banner to be dismissed!)
Mark Rumple commented
Need a good mobile experience.... This app falls way short. We’ll stick with Trello until MS gets it right.
Ali Robertson commented
How can you have an executive toy app like this, if it doesn’t even work on executive toys? Come on MS, what planet are you on?
Please add for the iPad