Make Planner available for personal accounts.
I suggest that you make a scaled down version, though the full version is perfectly fine also, of Planner available for personal accounts (example: @outlook.com, @hotmail.com, etc.) since I think it would be very useful in every day life. It would help with planning birthday parties, weddings, family reunions, etc. as it would allow multiple people to add tasks to complete the whole project.
Yes this needs to happen. The Microsoft 365 Family and Personal consumer subscriptions should get the full version of Planner and maybe a free limited version for free accounts to try out (i.e. the freemium model).
Uhhhh... Trello is free, Microsoft To Do is free and so are dozens of other planning apps (with scale limitations). So why not make Planner available for all 365 users?!?!?!
Why make a small group of people (who want to use planner) work outside of your ecosystem. It is not like it would make any significant financial difference to you as most people would not use or are even aware of this product. I am certainly not going to pay a premium upgrading my 365 personal license to be eligible for this program, knowing it is a functionally free program on a dozen different sites.
This! I have found Planner to be an amazing tool however my partner and I work in different companies and the idea of having to buy an entire additional account so we can work together on non-work related tasks is not realistic. Do it! This tool is too powerful to mask it under the Account Only umbrella.
Bill Blais commented
See also this handful of identical requests here (including this one), in case an admin wants to merge them. Together, they currently total about 55 votes. (Apologies for this duplicate message in these threads, but I'm trying to tie related items together)