Mark Paradis

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    As an update, our colleagues in To-Do have delivered the ability to create tasks directly from Outlook.com!

    To-Do has rolled out the Tasks Pane for Outlook.com’s Mail & Calendar, and is also the new Tasks for Outlook.com! With Planner’s & To-Do’s integration, we hope that To-Do will become a central hub for all of your personal tasks, and that switching to Planner to collaborate with others is seamless!

    Here’s more information on the To-Do’s task experience within Outlook: https://support.office.com/en-us/article/using-microsoft-to-do-with-outlook-com-416865a1-0c4d-4e69-af6f-f98ffce3747c

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    Mark Paradis commented  · 

    While converting and Email to task is important, I think it is more important to directly tie OneNote into Planner. Onenote is used to gather detail team meeting note, and during that time Task are regularly generated and converting them after the meeting is time consuming and wasteful.

    My Dream use case would be:
    1. Team Meeting Notes in OneNote
    2. Highlight some text in OneNote, right click, Convert to Task Planner
    3. Task is created in planner, Task Status icon added next to text in OneNote
    4. When status changes in planner the onenote status icon is updated

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    Mark Paradis commented  · 

    This is critical to integrating out implementation of Teams, Planner, and OneNote. Having a simple plug in to One Note or having direct API from One Note <- Flow -> Planner. Would solve my problems. I have worked around this using the Outlook Task integration and flow to copy my Task over to a planner, but it was not easy to implement, share, or educate other users that don't have the skills to manage this for multiple NoteBooks and Planners

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