Microsoft Planner limits
This article describes the current limits that apply to Microsoft Planner.
|Maximum active tasks in a plan||2400|
|Maximum buckets in a plan||200|
|Maximum plans owned by a group or user||200|
|Maximum plans that a user can subscribe to delta-sync for||300|
|Maximum tasks in a plan||9000|
|Maximum users that can subscribe to delta-sync for a plan||100|
|Maximum contexts on a plan||10|
|Maximum favorite plans for a user||30|
- An active task is a task that is not completed.
- Delta sync lets users passively receive updates in real-time while the app is open. Users beyond the delta-sync limits will not see updates in real-time.
- Most Planner plans are owned by a group. Plans created by other apps, and shown in Planner, may be owned by a user.
- A context is the association between a plan and a host container like a Teams tab. The limit on contexts is a limit on how many associations a plan can have.
|Maximum assignees in a task||20|
|Maximum checklist items in a task||20|
|Maximum references on a task||10|
|Maximum tasks assigned to a user||3000|
|Maximum tasks created by a user||20000|
|Maximum user-data count in user details||10|
These limitations can be raised or lowered from time-to-time without a prior notice. Refer to this article for updated information on Planner limits.