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Microsoft Planner Deep Dive

 

Project Management Institute (PMI)® Professional Development Units (PDUs):
This Webinar is eligible for 0.75 PMI® PDUs in the Technical category of the Talent Triangle.

 

Event Description:

In this webinar we take a deep dive into Microsoft Planner and talk about the sweet spot for using it, compared with Project or Project for the Web.  We check out a couple of different use case scenarios, and importantly, how you can use Power BI to report across multiple different Planner plans.

 

Presenter Info:

Ben Howard – Awarded Community Leader for his very popular and comprehensive UK web training series. Ben Howard has over 20 years of experience of implementing enterprise solutions such as MRPII, ERP, and latterly Microsoft’s Project Online solution. During that time he’s worked for IBM, DELL, and Microsoft, as well as several smaller organisations. He now runs his own EPM consultancy (Applepark Ltd), providing Project, Project Online and Power BI implementation and training services. He has been awarded the Microsoft Most Value Professional award for Project for the last 10 years, blogs semi frequently at www.applepark.co.uk, has published the successful “Microsoft Project 2013 Plain and Simple” book, produces video training for Pluralsight, and finally was responsible for producing P2O, an application that exports tasks from Project into Outlook.  Follow Ben on twitter: @ben_project

 


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  1. Good day, thanks for the session.

    We use Teams, Planner and Project, my question is: How can I “integrate” these tools so my team members can see their individuals tasks in a simpler way? I would like them to see their tasks in planner/teams while I work from Ms Project? (not looking at the ms project file).

    Thanks in advance

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  2. Hi, it depends where you plan their tasks. Ultimately there is little/no integration between project and planner (wycresoft might have a soln), they are separate tools. Teams and Planner integrate. At the moment your best solution might be to plan tasks in planner and integrate into teams, and schedule those in project.

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