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Die Zukunft von Aufgaben und Planner in Microsoft Teams

Aufgaben, Aufgabenmanagement und Aufgabenverwaltung sind äußerst wichtige Themen, um Projekte durchzuführen und effektiv an ein Ziel zu gelangen. Dies ist keine neue Erkenntnis, jedoch dass man heute teilweise mehr und schnell änderne Aufgaben hat. Diese müssen digitalisiert und gemeinsam organisiert, nachverfolgt und abgearbeitet werden.

Microsoft geht nun den nächsten Schritt in Microsoft Teams von Planner zu Tasks.

Task App in Microsoft Teams

Die Planer-App in Teams wird zur Aufgaben-App (Task-App). Benutzer können ihre individuellen Aufgaben und Teamaufgaben in einer einzigen App sehen können. Außerdem führt Microsoft sowohl eine Listenansicht als auch ein neues mobiles Aufgabenerlebnis innerhalb der Teams-App für mobile Geräte ein. Die Planer-App wird nach Abschluss des Rollouts umbenannt.

Rollout

Beginn: Mai/Juni

Ende: Mitte Juli

App Umbennenung

Planner = Task

Mehrwerte

  • alle Aufgaben an einem Platz (Planner, Outlook Task, ToDo, Office Apps wie Word) 
  • Microsoft Teams Integration // Teams -> Planner (Boards, Charts, usw.)
  • Microsoft Launcher Integration
  • mobile Unterstützung
  • verbesserte Erfahrung

Management der Task App

Aktivieren/Deaktivieren

Teams apps > Manage apps 

(heute noch nicht verfügbar, Screenshot folgt)

Dokumentation: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/microsoftteams/manage-tasks-app

 

wichtige Links 

https://techcommunity.microsoft.com/t5/microsoft-teams-blog/what-s-new-in-microsoft-teams-microsoft-ignite-2019/ba-p/937025#m365

https://techcommunity.microsoft.com/t5/planner-blog/announcing-tasks-in-teams-a-coherent-task-management-experience/ba-p/969386 (ausführliche Ankündigung)

Ignite 2019 Sessions

BRK1011 Tasks at Microsoft: Creating a coherent ecosystem

https://myignite.techcommunity.microsoft.com/sessions/81311?source=sessions

 

Nachricht aus dem Admincenter

Link: https://admin.microsoft.com/Adminportal/Home?source=applauncher#MessageCenter?id=MC211421

The Planner app in Teams will be renamed with an updated experience powered by Planner and To Do
MC211421, Plan For Change, Veröffentlichungsdatum: Apr 29, 2020
Hauptupdate: Ankündigung
Gilt für: All

The Planner app in Teams will become the Tasks app. Users will now be able see their individual tasks and team tasks in a single app. We’re also introducing both a list view and a new mobile tasks experience within the Teams app for mobile devices. The Planner app will be renamed after the rollout is complete, as described below.

We will begin roll-out in May or June and expect to be complete by mid-July.

This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID 57213

How does this affect me?

Users will see personal tasks powered by To Do (which also powers Outlook tasks) and team tasks powered by Planner. Existing Planner tabs will behave the same as they do today but will show an additional list view. Users will be able to add new Tasks tabs to the channels in teams they belong to. Users can also access the Tasks app in the same ways they previously accessed the Planner app.

Renaming the Planner app in Teams to Tasks and enabling a mobile experience in Teams

We’re planning to rename the Planner app to Tasks. The new Tasks experience will contain individual tasks and team and channel tasks, similar to how Files encompasses a user’s personal files in their own OneDrive for Business as well as their team and channel files.  We’ll make this adjustment in two steps. 

Once we’ve made the new tasks experience broadly available to all public cloud organizations, we’ll enable the Tasks in Teams mobile experience and complete a logo update and an interim rename of the Planner app. Its interim name will be Tasks by Planner and To Do. This will help ensure the app can be found when searching for Planner while adding a tab or searching for the app in the app catalog.

A few months after the interim name change, the app name on desktop will be shortened to Tasks

This name change applies only to the Planner app in Teams. All other Planner clients and To Do clients will keep their existing names, and users can continue to use those clients to manage tasks just as they do today. 

The upgrade will also include task publishing functionality.

Note – Government tenants will see the name change when it rolls out but will not see the additional user experience changes until a later date. We will communicate via Message center once these are available.

What do I need to do to prepare for this change?
 
Your organization’s internal training or documentation may need to be updated to reflect the name change and updated experience. For more information about the Tasks in Teams functionality, please refer to our documentation: Manage the Tasks app for your organization in Microsoft Teams

 

 

 

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