Would like for Owner's in a Team, Group or Plan to be able to change user's/member's permissions within Planner so they can:
4) No Access
Sascha Kaspari commented
This is an very important feature.
Here's another threat where the votes are higher...https://planner.uservoice.com/forums/330525-microsoft-planner-feedback-forum/suggestions/15079902-permissions-levels-that-block-users-to-delete-or-c
Without this functionality, it is hard to use the application very broadly. We would like the team that is performing the services the ability to pull and close the tiles and other users to be able to see the tiles. Right now, any user joined to the Plan has ability to delete tiles or the entire plan at any time. With the challenges related to restoring deleted plans, it can be very risk to build any sort of business process on Planner at this time.
if we allow a user to see the tiles
This is absolutely necessary to work with it
This should be mandatory!
Gerardo Bravo commented
Please work on the issues of user permission capability. Several people can integrate it into a Plan, within that plan there are several tasks. If one assigns a person to his task he should not have access to other tasks. Likewise, the Plan administrator must have the ability to limit some accesses: For example to the archives, since there may be confidential information, and the administrator should be able to define who may enter the archives.
eliya daida commented
we do not use the planner because of the luck of this feature
This is an important feature in Planner. Please add permission.
Jason Kefalas commented
I agree with the general sentiment here regarding user access permissions/security profiles. Every - and I mean EVERY other project management application has the functionality.
Bryan Fuehrer commented
I am at a loss as to how Planner made it to a production build without having permissions. As a consultant, I have given up recommending it as a product to our clients as inevitably the question comes down to how to assign the basic permissions stated above.
This is an important feature.
can i assigned task to a member and prompt for accept or reject? or any way to check the member accept the task?
If Teams can manage role-based permissions, I don't see how Planner cannot as well. It's frustrating to see this hasn't moved anywhere in nearly four years since Planner was released.
Erik Godin commented
This. How does such a business app have no permissions or audit trails? Makes no sense at all...
Óscar Pérez commented
Completely necessary in order to prevent undesirable modifications
Peter Langelotti commented
Planner should have some sort of permissions capability. We use this for task management and several users use this and any of them can delete, modify or add tasks.. We want to limit this...
S K commented
2 years since this was reported, this needs higher visibility.
We need to be able to create plans visible to a subset of members on the group, and not everyone.
Emiliano García commented
This funcionality should be included by default. It's not an option for this kind of tools.
Yes, this would be great feature to make viable tool in our operation
It should be for Tasks and other for Plan Level.