Microsoft Lists is the latest offering in the Microsoft 365 package. It has been touted as “Smart Information Tracking” for data from sources such as inventory events. However, the concept of lists is something that has existed in the Microsoft domain for some time through SharePoint. Therefore, this application may interest you if you are an IT administrator working in an environment where SharePoint lists are widely used. On the other hand, if you are someone who wants to organize and track information quickly, this article is still important to you.
2020 has proved to be an important year for new tools and features rolled out in Microsoft 365, including the introduction of Microsoft Lists – in fact a major update to the SharePoint lists, presented as a separate app – the new Tasks app in Microsoft Teams, and several upgrades to the two main task apps, Microsoft Planner and Microsoft To Do. But where do lists, planner, tasks and tasks fall into teams on the spectrum? There is some overlap and there are some aspects of these apps that are actually not just about tasks. So let’s dive in. See below for a video version of this post.
Microsoft is proud to announce the general availability of the Lists app in Teams for all commercial and GCC customers.
Build 2020 brought a lot of Microsoft 365 news and announcements to businesses and developers, including the first unveiling of Microsoft lists. Microsoft is excited to share their list vision – to emphasize how to use them to identify issues, manage inventory, create event calendars, report status, manage FAQs, and more. Microsoft Lists is a Microsoft 365 app that lets you track information and organize your work. Lists are simple, smart and flexible, so you can stay up to date with what matters most to your team. Follow problems, resources, routines, contacts, inventory, and more with customizable views and smart rules and alerts to keep everyone in sync.
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