Unfortunately due to re-prioritization this item has slipped back onto the “backlog” for the time being.
I hope to see it move back into “working on it” soon and will continue to engage the feature team with your feedback.
Hi Everyone – thank you for your patience. As was commented by someone below, Suphatra is no longer at Microsoft, but rest assured we are working on this feature.
I’m so happy to share an update with you! The feature team has let me know that they are working hard at this and are aiming for a spring time release.
Please comment below if you might be interested in testing or TAP, and include the industry, company size, and location of your org. We would likely want to hit a very wide range of demographics.
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.
-WarrenTimothy 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.
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This feature request is still being actively worked upon. Good progress is being made, but I cannot share any additional details at this time.
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Thanks for your feedback!Timothy Cocaro commented
This is incredulous what is the ethos behind have "General" as a mandatory channel. This feels like a techy solutions to ensuring there is at least one channel per group versus business reality. As the MD\CTO for my company I am forever fighting against "Misc" directories spread everyone that quickly become the biggest directory\folder etc now MS has enshrined this issue for all? If there is a business ethos concept I am missing showing there are more PROS vs CONS to this then outline its basis else please re-consider its existence - thanks.