10-01-2018 10:04 AM
10-01-2018 10:04 AM
@Joanna Parkhurstin your BR2393 presentation at Ignite you mentioned that the ability to Copy a Plan is coming soon. Will this include comments on Tasks? How soon is soon?
I have a customer that wants to move some existing plans that were created in the Planner App into SharePoint sites so that they can use the SharePoint Web Part, and I'm hoping that being able to Copy Plans will allow them to do this. We are currently stuck.
10-11-2018 04:34 PMSolution
@Dean Gross Dean we won't be copying the 'content' of the plan, just the structure. It is not intended to be a migration tool. We are focused on the 'template scenario' where I want to reuse the structure, buckets, tasks, checklists from one plan in a new plan. so we actually 'clean out' the plan and reset it to a 'blank' state.
sorry it doesn't help your problem 100%, but that is how it will work
10-29-2018 02:22 AM
When will we be able to copy plan structures please?
I design multiple online courses and need to be able to quickly set up plans from a template plan that I have made with our 'new course design process' task buckets ready to go . . .
Currently, I have to create a plan and copy the individual buckets across from one plan to the other
How will we be advised that this feature is available to use?
10-29-2018 02:34 AM
No ETA what I know of, This feature was shown at Ignite this year and coming up hopefully soon! My optimistic guess would be Q1 2019
01-24-2019 07:22 AM - edited 01-24-2019 07:23 AM
The Copy Plan feature was added to the Microsoft 365 roadmap recently 'in development', here, the release is expected Q2 2019.
Featured ID: 45945
"Microsoft Planner users will be able to copy a plan. This feature helps users reuse the buckets and tasks to repeat a project or process."
02-07-2019 01:45 AM
This Roadmap item (#45945) does not show up when searching the Roadmap for Microsoft Planner items, presumably because there is nothing listed in the 'Product' box. Perhaps this should be updated?
03-25-2019 03:03 PM
@Dean Gross Copy plan is now available!
Check out more details here: https://techcommunity.microsoft.com/t5/Planner-Blog/Planner-s-new-copy-plan-feature-helps-streamline...
04-30-2019 07:17 AM
As I see it the ideal scenario would be for the Teams User to be able to select any Planner plan and duplicate it entirely including buckets, cards (with titles and, assignees. I would want the ability to select whether or not to keep those individuals who were previously assigned to the origin task or not as an option. Obviously, dates will have to be cleared in the duplicate. You might also provide the option of saving a Plan as a Template, then the user would have the option of selecting whether they duplicate an existing template they created or a previous plan. @Joanna Parkhurst
04-30-2019 08:13 AM
@Joanna Parkhurst Thank you Joanna. I need to create a Planner from within a channel in Teams to manage the creation of online courses. Each course has its own channel with Conversations, Notes, Files and Planner. In Planner I can now copy the 'master course creation plan' and all its associated tasks with the click of a single button (Thanks! ;) But I can't do this from within Teams, or indeed, select a duplicated plan from Planner - they don't appear on the selection list :'(
04-30-2019 10:37 AM
We do the same thing but for us to is opening a new office, moving an office to a new location or remolding an office. We have one Team for the Facilities Management and a new channel for location. The planner for each type of major mod to a location is the same regardless of the location.
So, when an office moves location, we would like to pull from the move office planner template. In the same way if we open a new location, we would like to pull from the new office planner template.