Are you using Microsoft Planner to manage individual projects or Microsoft Teams to collaborate with others in your work area? While these tools are very useful on their own, you can also combine them for even more effective results.
First, a quick refresher:
Now, let's suppose your department is using Teams to collaborate on next year's budget. By adding Planner to your team channel, you can create, assign and track tasks, and group them into buckets. Everything appears in one place -- within the team channel.
To get started:
A new tab now appears at the top of your Teams channel, where you can view/update your plan. The tab name will be the same as the plan you created.
To learn more, see Use Planner in Microsoft Teams.