Get started with Planner
Follow a step-by-step guide to create your plans.
Get more work done with Planner. Create Kanban boards using content-rich tasks with features including files, checklists, and labels. Collaborate in Planner and Microsoft Teams and check visual status charts—all in the Microsoft cloud.
Use your knowledge of Microsoft 365 apps to start using Planner fast. Create new Kanban boards in minutes with a familiar getting started experience.
Plans comprise content-rich tasks that contain expected details, such as due dates, and extra elements like color-coded labels and files. Planner provides everything you need to help you focus on your work.
Skip building complex status reports for your plans. Planner automatically visualizes task status into pie and bar charts for you with no setup required.
Use Planner wherever you’re working. At your desk? Open Planner from tasks.office.com. On the go? Update tasks from your mobile device. In Microsoft Teams? Select the Tasks app powered by Planner and Microsoft To Do.
Planner is part of Microsoft 365, so it’s highly secure like your other Microsoft 365 apps. Microsoft 365 also connects Planner with Microsoft To Do, SharePoint, Power Automate, and other apps for efficient task management.
Planner and Microsoft Teams work well together. The Tasks app in Microsoft Teams combines all your team tasks from Planner and individual tasks from Microsoft To Do with advanced collaboration tools.
Planner helps your team manage simple, task-based work. But if you need to take that work to the next level, Microsoft Project offers tools such as dynamic scheduling, detailed reporting, customizations, and advanced planning.
See how task management in Microsoft 365 works as a connected experience that helps you assign, manage, and complete tasks across your favorite apps including Planner.