Today I’ll cover some basics on managing your projects with Microsoft Teams and Microsoft Lists. We’ll also take a look at building a PMO dashboard for management project overviews. Although not shown in the clip, I absolutely use #MSPlanner on team / project level to manage task allocations. Keep in mind that Planner does not currently have audit logs on deleted or modified tasks, see my blog in the resources section below that addresses that. Also if you’re new to creating #MicrosoftLists, there’s a blog in the resources section to help you with that. #MicrosoftTeams #Microsoft365 #PMO #Projects
- Creating a #MicrosoftList from a template, adding columns and switching on versioning
- Power Platform: Track created Planner Tasks with Power Automate (Audit Logs)
- Microsoft Lists Resource Center
- #MicrosoftTeams: 10 Things You Should Know
- Microsoft Teams Adoption Guide
- Teams Demo
- Microsoft Planner
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March 17, 2021 at 11:21 am
Thanks Tracy, just discovered your blog and love the two related posts about using PowerAutomate to notify assigned tasks. Exactly what I needed for a project I’m working on.
May 1, 2021 at 8:40 am
That’s great news Linda! Happy PowerAutomating!