Our company has recently switched for Microsoft environment, and now we use Teams as messenger and planner and Outlook for Calendar and emailing. The thing is:
1. Let's say, we have a team in Teams called "Wholesale department".
2. In that team I create a planner, call it "Relevant tasks"
3. I add a task into this planner with certain date and time - for instance, an event for June, 18 called "Visit of DHL representative".
4. Now I open my Outlook, go to the Calendar tab and easily find my team "Wholesale" there. However, there is no newly created event in the Outlook calendar - it is still visible only in Teams
My question - is there any option to make events\tasks from Teams planner to be visible in the Outlook calendar of the relevant team?
Please accept my apologies for possible mistakes, English is not my mother tongue, but I hope you got the idea of what I'm talking about.
Thank you in advance.
I'm moving this discussion to the Microsoft Teams space for better visibility.
Can you use the Outlook connector to grab Planner tasks and bring them into user calendars? https://www.petri.com/planner-synchronizes-outlook-calendar
The issue is that you have to ask each user to set up a connection, but it does work...