We’ve all unintentionally let an important task slip through the cracks, or missed an email telling us that an urgent task is no longer all that important after we’ve spent hours trying to complete it (and could have been working on something else). Back in August, we added a Priority field* to tasks in Microsoft Planner. Now you can set a task’s priority—Urgent, Important, Medium, or Low—to add more detail to your tasks. You can also now use the Group by Priority feature to view all tasks in a Bucket to help you get clear visibility into next steps; to shift priorities, all you have to do is drag and drop.
Below are some examples of how you can use Priority in Planner:
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*Available in Planner web UI, Planner in Teams and Planner mobile!
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