Hello Microsoft Graph developers! I wanted to provide some information about the latest updates to our Microsoft Graph tutorials and quick-starts, and share the upcoming plans to improve and expand these experiences.
We wanted to give you a heads-up on a recent change to the error returned by the Outlook REST API when the value of the X-AnchorMailbox is incorrect. If your app has error-handling for this scenario based on the current behavior of the service, this may be a breaking change.
In June, we announced new APIs in the beta endpoint of the Outlook REST API. Today we're excited to announce that those APIs have been added to the Microsoft Graph, along with some other highly-requested APIs. All of these new APIs are added to the beta version of the Microsoft Graph API.
Today we're pleased to announce some new APIs that are available on the beta endpoint for the Outlook REST API. These are currently only available via the Outlook endpoint and not the Microsoft Graph API endpoint.
We wanted to give you a heads-up on upcoming changes to how locations are exposed for events in the Outlook REST API. Outlook recently introduced the option to use multiple locations to schedule meetings and appointments.
We're excited to announce a preview of Actionable Messages which embed actions in both connectors and direct email messages and help users complete tasks without having to leave Outlook. For example, Connector users can merge a pull request in GitHub or change the due date for a card in Trello without switching to those services.
We wanted to update you all on a breaking change that impacts the Task API on the Outlook REST API Beta endpoint. This change is going to be enabled in worldwide production by mid next week. This is a schema change related to date/time property names and types in the Task entity.