Conditional access - No planner

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Hi all,



I would like some information about managed apps, we are planning deploy the conditional access to force the users use the managed apps but planner is not available yet.

Is there any prevision?


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I'm not aware about when Planner will support conditional access, but I think @Brian Smith or @Dave Heller might help here

I currently have a conditional access rule with Microsoft Planner selected as the Cloud App. However when I search for "Microsoft Planner" or "Planner" it does not appear in the app llst

Planner somehow appears when you write "project" or just wait for applications to appear



the latest managed apps supported by CA and the "approved client app" lists:


Microsoft Intune Managed Browser

Microsoft PowerBI

Microsoft Invoicing

Microsoft Launcher

Microsoft Azure Information Protection

Microsoft Excel

Microsoft Kaizala

Microsoft OneDrive

Microsoft OneNote

Microsoft Outlook

Microsoft Planner

Microsoft PowerPoint

Microsoft SharePoint

Microsoft Skype for Business

Microsoft StaffHub

Microsoft Teams

Microsoft Visio

Microsoft Word


as you can see it includes Microsoft Planner now.

check here:




@Oliver Kieselbach :  I have tried applying CA policies to Kaizala application below are the findings.


  • Microsoft Kaizala application is not listed in Client app when you configure CA policieskaizala.PNG