Microsoft is bringing together Microsoft To Do, Microsoft Planner and Microsoft Project for
the web into a single, unified experience called Microsoft Planner. This experience will first
be available in the Planner app in Microsoft Teams in spring 2024, followed by web
experiences later in 2024. Powerful, collaborative, scalable and assisted by nextgeneration
AI, the new Planner will help everyone eQectively manage their work and
achieve their goals.

The new Planner experience will scale easily from collaborative task management to robust
project management, empowering everyone, from information workers to frontline workers
to project managers, so they can manage their work in one place and accelerate business
outcomes with AI-enabled capabilities. Benefits will include:

• The ability to easily find tasks, so users can focus on the tasks they need to get done
• Helping users work the way they want. Whether for individual tasks or team
initiatives, Planner will enable them to choose the approach that’s best for their
• Creating project plans with powerful scheduling and resourcing tools. As plans
evolve, Planner will oQer a menu of capabilities to meet unique business needs.
• Copilot in Planner will help users get started with a plan faster with simple prompts
and as the plan evolves, it will add goals and intelligently suggest new tasks to help
keep users informed on progress.

In addition, the Tasks by Planner and To Do app in Microsoft Teams is being renamed
Planner. Microsoft Project for the web will also be renamed over the coming months. Users
of Project for the web can continue to use and enjoy the features they know, under the new
name Planner.

The new Planner app in Microsoft Teams with premium work management capabilities and
AI-powered experiences will be generally available in spring 2024, with the web experience
coming later.

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