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On the basis of outlook task example give here, I am trying to fetch all task/plan in planner associated with a user.

I am not sure if it is the right approach / set of code to fetching it.

While fetching outlook task by its "Subject", but now planner doesn't give any outcome with "Subject" key word. I even tried with "Title" instead of subject but its not recognizing "title" keyword.

Using Render function to call Graph API:

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Here _renderEmailfunction is defined:

Getting an error at message[index].title in code:

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  • Hi @abhishek23, did you try my suggestion given below? Is it working for you now? Feb 15 at 12:16
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As per the documentation at: plannerTask resource type, sample response for planner task will be like:

{
  "activeChecklistItemCount": 1024,
  "appliedCategories": {"@odata.type": "microsoft.graph.plannerAppliedCategories"},
  "assigneePriority": "String",
  "assignments": {"@odata.type": "microsoft.graph.plannerAssignments"},
  "bucketId": "String",
  "checklistItemCount": 1024,
  "completedBy": {"@odata.type": "microsoft.graph.identitySet"},
  "completedDateTime": "String (timestamp)",
  "conversationThreadId": "String",
  "createdBy": {"@odata.type": "microsoft.graph.identitySet"},
  "createdDateTime": "String (timestamp)",
  "dueDateTime": "String (timestamp)",
  "hasDescription": true,
  "id": "String (identifier)",
  "orderHint": "String",
  "percentComplete": 1024,
  "planId": "String",
  "previewType": "String",
  "referenceCount": 1024,
  "startDateTime": "String (timestamp)",
  "title": "String"
}

Which has title in it. Also, I tried it using Graph explorer and I am able to see the title of planner task like:

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So, my guess the issue is with your data type of messages array you mentioned: MicrosoftGraph.Message[].

Check the correct data type of planner task (from Microsoft graph library) and use it OR

Create a props with the required properties you need from planner task and use it like given at: SPFx sample - personalTasks

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  • Hi @abhishek, did you try this? does this answers your question? If Yes, Please Upvote(^) and accept as an Answer as it will help others to find the correct answer easily. It will also remove this question from "Unanswered questions" list Feb 22 at 6:29
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I suggest you use Microsoft Graph Toolkit in SPFx, it has an OOB componment mgt-tasks that could display the signed-in user's Microsoft Planner tasks.

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And here is a demo about how to get started with Toolkit in SPFx:

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