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Microsoft 365 includes several features that allow you to efficiently plan, organize, and track your projects. Microsoft Planner is one of the most impressive tools, one that is widely used to improve organization.
On the other hand, SharePoint allows you to create sites and pages, as well as create portals for departments, projects, teams, and more. You can create and use SharePoint pages for all kinds of coordination, data processing, and teamwork requirements.
In this blog, we will discuss how you can work on a Plan in Microsoft Planner from your SharePoint page.
While creating modern SharePoint pages, you might have used Connector web parts. Connector web parts increase the functionality of your pages and can help you access more data first-hand. You will get a long SharePoint Connector web parts list to choose from when adding one to your page. Text, embed, quick links, and news are some of the most commonly used web parts. We will discuss how to use the Connector web part in your SharePoint pages.