Planner in Microsoft Teams
Creating an office 365 group will create a default plan (in Microsoft Planner).
And, we should be able to add "Default" plan in Microsoft Teams.
Currently, we are trying to add the default plan in Microsoft Teams and unable to find the plan. Kindly look into this and fix it. Thank you.
Steps to produce the error:
1) Create a Team in Microsoft Teams
2) Click "+" sign to add Planner
3) Click "Use an existing plan from this team"
Actually, it was an error on my part (getting muddled up on the names of a couple Office 365 groups). I got over the problem by going into Groups in Office 365 as Admin, opening the correct group (the one in which I had created the plan I wanted to use) and went to its Microsoft Teams tab and created a Team from this Office 365 Group. Back in Teams that new Team had appeared and I could connect in the existing Plan.
However, the dialog in Teams is unhelpful as it had suggested I had an existing Plan, though it would not show any ... because I didn't have any!
Got the same problem. Can't add an existing plan (created in Planner itself) to a Team.
Syed Mehfooz Ahamed commented
Yes. This kind of error was not appearing to us until couple of days back. But for the past 2 days we are getting this error. It seems there is some bug.!!