Access planner without access to Teams

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we have a requirement for some users to access planner, but not to have access to the teams that the plans are created in. As planner uses the o365 groups I guess there is no way to restrict access without giving access to Teams, is there?

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True, they are all based on the same group but planner and Teams are still separate services! You can remove license to Teams and have them use Planner via the web
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@adam deltinger 

 

that doesn't really work though, consider someone in the PMO who would like to have an overview of current activities, but should not have access to documents in a Team. 

 

This is a fundamental problem of building a security model on a single group. IT was great when groups where meant to be a replacement of a Distribution List, but now its a mess.