Move planner tasks to another team
We have created a planner tab in most of our teams. Sometimes a task on the plannerboard has to be moved to another team (e.g. next step on a task has to be executed by a different team), which now has to be done by deleting the task in the original team and adding one in the other team with copying data from the original task.
Possible solution: when editing a task it displays the teamname and bucketname in the left top. When you click on the name you can select a different team (only teams you are subscribed to), select a bucket within that team and optional select a member to assign the task to and click on a move button
Good news, this feature is partially done. :)
Planner tasks can now be copied to other plans. To copy a task, click on the “…” menu on the task. From there, you can select a different plan to copy the task to.
There is also this request which has a lot more votes. https://microsoftteams.uservoice.com/forums/555103-public/suggestions/16926463-need-full-capabilities-of-planner-in-teams
Berit Våg Aksland commented
The number of votes is not reflecting the demand for this. People in my company ask for this all the time!
Timothy Cocaro commented
There are some planner tab (tasks) that start their life in one team but for any amount of different reasons grows into something else and either needs to be shifted to its own\different channel or within another group. Any ability to shift the entire tasks tab to another channel\team would be welcomed.
This would be a great function to implement!
Due to collaboration between teams it would be less administration to create new "local" tasks in each team area and instead send it to the team & assignee that should handle it
I would like to see this completed as well.
Is this possible now?
Please do this one!
I would like to the ability to move/copy a task to another TAB/Bucket.
Is there a solution to the moving task from one team to another team?
Brennan Kilty commented
We need a way to copy / move tasks between channels in a team and across teams. Teams re-organize and tasks evolve.