At the moment, only user permissions are available, making building enterprise scale applications integrating Teams with Planner very difficult, with less than ideal workarounds (such as adding a service user to every Team).
Need this for Sys admin reporting I do on Group usage. This is a big gap from an Administrative standpoint.
This is an absolutely necessary feature, I need to automate Task assignation using complex business logic without human intervention. I can't do it without having to use a standar User to impersonate the process, this is not good, the whole process will fail if the user gets removed.
Massively needed and overdue!
Nothing on the horizon unfortunately
Please look at us :) we are innocent developers. We just want to bring peace to the people out there who want to integrate planner within teams, or assign tasks through automate and i can go on and go on, please help us help you make product better then ever. Thanks @v-LuiseFreese for bringing this to my attention.
looks like read-only app permissions were being looked at way back in July 2020: https://stackoverflow.com/a/62887211
All that effort to make Planner look great, work well and surface in many places; then no way to automate deployment or integrate where needed.
The sooner this is addressed the better teh platform will be
Not being able to create a Planner when doing a combined Teams/SharePoint provisioning experience is a pain in the ***Please get this moving already
This would immediately impact several of my enterprise/government/education customer tenants
Without a doubt, application permissions support for the Planner API is needed.
This rates as a solid Yay!
Thanks for the update @lindalu-MSFT
Hi @lindalu-MSFT ,Do you know if there is any progress with this feature request?As I need it for my Teams provisioning tool
How else can you inventory all of the plans of a tenant if you don't have this?
Is there any update about this topic?
I have dug a bit deeper and am pretty sure that you cannot get access to any Planner plans unless you are a member of the M365 group that has the plan. This is true even if you are a Global Admin.
Thank you @lindalu-MSFT !
Any update on this?
Is there any update about this?
To be precise: Is there any update about this?
Hi folks, apparently applications support for Planner isn't available as shown in this documentation: Create plannerPlan - Microsoft Graph v1.0 | Microsoft Docs. ALSO, this community was intended to be a temporary location for developers to submit feature suggestions between Microsoft moving off of UserVoice and the release of Microsoft's official Feedback portal app. Now that the latter is released and Graph has already migrated over there, I strongly encourage you to resubmit this great suggestion on the official Microsoft Graph Feedback portal at Microsoft Graph · Community. Be sure you check all the appropriate categories: Applications, Tasks, ToDo, etc. @Jeremy Thake Do you know if this has already been submitted to the new Feedback portal and if so, can you provide the link so it can be upvoted on there?
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Dear @lindalu-MSFT - I don't think that resubmitting is necessary as the idea and all of its votes can be found at the very top of the new location: Application Permissions for Planner APIs - Microsoft Tech Community.
Thank you for the update !
This is absolutely essential for planner to be a viable task management system for orgs that heavily utilise event driven workflows.
We have specific work tasks that are triggered based off external business logic, therefore we need our integrated 'applications' to orchestrate the creation and assignation of Planner tasks. We can't do this cleanly with delegated permissions.
Because of this we are stuck with SharePoint Online lists. Whilst this is an ok solution and is getting 60% of the job done, there are so many missing integrations between Graph and SharePoint Online which limits our effectivness and user experience.
Want to include some attachments on a SharePoint list item? Well sorry, you can't with Graph. It simply doesn't support attachments at this time...
Ok I have an alternative! What about we store the attachements seperately and utilise a Hyperlink column to provide an easy way for users to access their task related data! Sorry no....Graph doesn't currently support Hyperlinks data types for list items.
Microsoft, please implement this feature request. The improvement it would bring will almost instantly improve our M365 task management experience. You would make a lot of us happy.
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