Planer copy

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I can copy a complete Plan in Planner and give it a new Name.
But is it possible to connect a new created Team to this copy ?
I only find Planes that are created in this Team.

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No, by copying a plan it makes a new office365 group on which you can connect a new Team on top off. But not a Team creates earlier
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@Fhuby  The short answer is no

 

The long answer is that a team/group provides the security context for a plan. Therefore a plan is always owned by a team. Also by the same logic, it is not possible to move plans across teams as that would break the security boundaries. Therefore, its not possible to attach a plan existing outside of a team to that team.