Learn more about Planner and Project at this Microsoft Digital Event

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Microsoft announced that they will be holding an event on April 20 dubbed Project Management for a Connected World. It is geared toward helping users learn how to make the most out of Microsoft Planner, Microsoft Project, and Dynamics 365 Project Operations. Essentially, they are in place to help users stay organized and ultimately help them deliver projects both effectively and efficiently.

During the event, users will not only learn about how to make the most out of Microsoft’s connected experiences but also get to create their own schedules. This way the users will get a tailored experience that will be tuned to meet their expectations.

Moreover, users will also have the opportunity to interact with Microsoft product engineers and decipher how the updates made can be leveraged to elevate their businesses to the next level. Besides, there will also be an interactive Q&A chat for each session where you will get to ask as many questions as you want and get real-time responses. “You’ll also get to delve into how the product roadmaps will meet the needs of a more complex hybrid workplace.”

Users will get to go through the previous update releases, and get a glimpse of what is in store for these project management products through the product roadmap. In the grand scheme of things, this move will help “drive more collaboration and visibility across your projects”

At the end of it all, users should be able to identify which project management product is best suited for their businesses, thus, optimizing operations. Be sure to register for the event to experience all these and more.