When Microsoft started with Office products, there were only a handful: Word, Excel, PowerPoint. While most consumers still use the same set, Microsoft Portfolio has expanded to more than 20 apps under the Microsoft 365 brand name. In this post, we look at the list of apps that Microsoft 365 contains. In simple terms, it is the full version of Office that offers all products and can be installed on a computer. It can also be deployed to an Enterprise computer using the Microsoft Endpoint Configuration. It is a combination of applications and services.
There are a number of places where you store tasks and to-do items in Microsoft 365. Microsoft Teams has made it a little easier to keep track of your items with a feature called Tasks by Planner and To Do. Merges your tasks and your planner tasks in one place, so you can easily consult them. This is how it works… On your navigation bar on the left, you should see a listing for Tasks per planner and Tasks. This may have been called Planner before this change. If you don’t see either, click the Ellipsis icon at the bottom of the navigation list to add the app.
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 To Do mobile will soon support push notifications for shared list activity on work accounts. If you don’t do anything, users in your organization will receive push notifications in the Windows, Android, and iOS versions of To Do for shared list activities such as added task, task completed, and task updated.
Microsoft To Do will soon support sharing lists between personal and business accounts. This allows users in your organization to view, change, and add information to lists owned by personal Microsoft accounts. Microsoft expects to begin rolling out the Targeted release in mid-June and is expected to be fully rolled out for all customers by mid-July. Once available, this feature is enabled by default and users can participate in lists shared from an external personal account.
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