- We will make working across Planner and Microsoft Teams a seamless experience, where plans fully integrate across applications.
- We will add support for selecting your existing Plans from Planner as Tabs in Microsoft Teams.
- From a Planner Tab in Teams, you will be able to launch the full Planner experience to access capabilities like Charts and other views.
- Users will the ability to have multiple plans per Office 365 Group within Planner. When we complete that work, you’ll also be access any of the Plans you started in Teams as well.
It’s been pretty disjointed; there is no mobile app, it has integrated with Teams and it’s a bit confusing as to which one to use. I’ve got several Planners in Sharepoint and Teams and they aren’t connected at all.
Source: MS Power User
Will have to give this a try.
Source: The Verge
As I read another report this week of a photographer losing his life’s work to petty theft, I started to question if I was doing enough to back up my own images. How many copies of your work do you currently keep? Are you doing enough to protect your photos?
Source: Do You Take Sufficient Enough Precautions To Store Your Images?
Backup, Backup, Backup!
Enlarge / The crew of Apollo 1 crosses the gantry to the spacecraft on the day of the fire, Jan. 27, 1967. (credit: NASA) On a gray January afternoon in Houston, Walt Cunningham leaned into his Eames Lounge Chair and clasped his hands behind his head, the better to try and bend his thoughts back across five decades.
Source: The hell of Apollo 1: Pure oxygen, a single spark, and death in 17 seconds
Internet History Podcast: Stop for a minute and imagine how momentous a change the iPod engendered within Apple itself. This was a company that, for nearly 30 years, had been a personal computer company. The blue sky thinking that allowed Apple to make a stand-alone MP3 player—to enter a mature market as an outsider and believe it could dominate—also engendered the sort of fearlessness that made it possible to break with other long-standing Apple shibboleths.
Source: The history of the iPhone, on its 10th anniversary
A nice easy project for the holiday break. I setup one for Christmas day and was playing TMNT: Turtles in Time with Alex. He loved it.
Source: One-upping the NES Classic Edition with the Raspberry Pi 3 and RetroPie