Windows Universal App (UWP app)
A windows universal app that will run on desktops and other windows devices
As an update, we’ve paused work on this item to pursue wrapping up work on a few other high priority asks.
We appreciate your patience and feedback on this, and hope to resume work on this soon. Please keep voting and letting us know that you’d like to see in a Planner UWP app!
The Planner Team
Martin Ritsberg commented
It would be awesome if the Planner were to be integrated into groups in Outlook on desktop
Maintaining a browser session for ongoing use is really difficult - I like to keep the planner open for viewing and manipulation
I would consider using this is recurring tasks and the desktop feature was available.
Please do this asap.
Please add a desktop version of planner. Integrated into Outlook would be awesome! A mobile app would also be very handy.
Can you pls fix the typo in this item.
I would love a desktop version of this - or to have it available via outlook / integrated properly into the 365 suite
desktop not dekstop (otherwise this feature will not be found properly)
I would love a way to easily launch my group's tasks at the start of my work day or during the day. Perhaps have an option to float a window in the background. I can't use 'Tasks' in outlook as it does not allow me to assign tasks to others. I also tend to just forget about it down there in the list. Some kind of desktop app would work very well for me. (working on Mac)
In areas of slow internet speeds - desktop applications are way more user friendly. But as below 3 comments - surely it could be simply made a part of outlook?.
Windows 10 UWP (mobile + PC)
SANJAY B KHANNA commented
Get the HUB to the Mobile Outlook Groups. Start with Windows 10 Phones please.
Alon Ekelund commented
there is an Outlook Planner Add-in inb the Office store - https://store.office.com/office-365-planner-add-in-for-outlook-WA104380147.aspx
Mikael Rundqvist commented
Integrate into Outlook, OneNote and Project first
Gordon Macdonald commented
please don't ... just make it part of Outlook
Uwe G. commented
I think it should be a Desktop app, not a dekstop app ;-)
Kate Neckers commented
Yes, please include for Mac!
Bryn Jones commented
Like Outlook, Word, Excel, etc. please build a desktop app for PC and Mac.