See all planner tasks assigned to me
It would be nice if all planner tasks assigned to me were aggregated somewhere, instead of requiring me to go into each individual team and then each individual channel to find out what I'm responsible for. To-dos could get lost in the shuffle very easily that way.
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Erik Nazarenko commented
As Martin noted, looks like the latest update provides this capability now. If you don't see it yet, you may need to uninstall and reinstall the desktop application.
Thanks to the MS Teams and Planner groups for getting this working!
Martin G commented
Hi - I believe you may want to check the latest update from 17 Jan 2018 - it looks like that's what you may be after (after you update, click the three elipses underneath files on the left)
Kudos to the Teams Team! Thanks for that at any rate!
I am part of multiple team and channel. We have add Planner and assign task in planner to resources. If we wanted to see all me task i have to go http://tasks.office.com.
If we can have a way to see all the task assign to me on Team.
I’m looking forward to seeing Planner become more functional in Teams. I think the My Tasks view will help. I’d like to see a tab on the app bar below Meetings, that displays an aggregated view of My Tasks across all the Teams Plans I belong to. At a glance I’ll be able to see what’s due and organise my day, across all my Teams and projects.
My marketing team loves Teams but won't use it because they can't manage their tasks efficiently. We have multiple Channels with a Planner in each and it is a pain to go through each to know what one has to do. Best fix IMHO? Add a Tasks dashboard accessible from the left pannel, and allow filters by individual (for maangers) or progress
Schalk Reyneke commented
It would be awesome (and in actual fact make this functionality practical) if one could see "My Tasks" on the left pane, like chat and Teams. Huge gap in being able to use teams effectively with out it.
Chris Webb commented
My tasks web link is good work around. Check out ignite session on planner for more info but they are working on Integrating planner into todo app and outlook tasks.
Agree. Being able query my tasks or adding a consolidated tasks section on the left menu would be great. Thanks
Ian Bennett commented
Doing the same as Erik. I would like to see "My Tasks" as a left hand pane item.
Erik Nazarenko commented
I'm 100% percent for a more coherent integration between Planner and Teams, especially re: assigned tasks.
We currently working around this by adding the My Tasks view https://tasks.office.com/<your organization>/EN-US/Home/MyTasks as a Website under the team. Not pretty, but it works.
Absolutely THIS. Logically under My Activity on the Activities tab I should be able to see any tasks assigned to me along with their Due Date, sorted by due soonest by default.
It would be helpful to see an aggregated view of all task across the teams. Ideally in a calendar view, so you can see what is due today, this week, next week, etc. I manage a team with many projects and its a pain to click through each team and channel to view the tasks.
Nathan Wells commented
Yes! And ability to see other people's task as a manager.
Igor Furnas commented
It's missing a section where I can see all the planner tasks that were assigned to me from all the teams. Without these tool my tasks are disperse in every team/channel and it's impossible to keep track or plan the execution.
The ability to see my tasks is a must. Especially if i'm assigned multiple tasked in different channels. It becomes too much for the user to follow if there is not a simple way within Teams. Having to login to Office 365, go to Planner, is too many clicks!
Much like you have the Chat, Teams, Meetings, and Files on the left bar, it would be nice to have a "Tasks" option as well that summarizes tasks from across the tabs and teams.
The tasks created in Teams don't show in the related Planner board. They do show as aggregated in My Tasks; however, it would be better for them to show in the Hub and individual Planner projects.
Andrew Bower commented
you can do this but you have to jump to Office 365 and go to planner there, you can then view your tasks in aggregate and group by status or by plan name. Plan name is great as long as you name your plans in Teams with diff names. We are just starting to use this and we use Channels as a way to manage Projects. but if you don't use a diff name for each channel ( project ) planner, the aggregate lumps them all together.