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Announcing the public preview of To Do Tasks API

At Microsoft Ignite 2021, we announced our private preview for the new Tasks API in Microsoft Graph. Today, we’re thrilled to announce the public preview of Tasks API on beta endpoint.

Announcing delta query support for the Microsoft Graph Assignments API

We are pleased to announce that the Assignments API in Microsoft Graph now supports delta queries for certain education resource types such as educationAssignment and educationCategory.

Breaking changes to attendance report in Microsoft Graph onlineMeeting API (beta)

Today, we’re announcing upcoming breaking changes for developers using the Microsoft Graph API to get online meeting attendance reports beginning November 19, 2021.

Microsoft Graph @ Ignite 2021 

Today, at Ignite 2021, we are excited to share new capabilities added to Microsoft Graph that give developers and IT administrators just that - more collaboration, more integration, more security, and more data for organizational insights.

OData property changes to Microsoft 365 usage reports API in Microsoft Graph

Learn about the upcoming OData property changes to the Microsoft 365 usage reports, beginning the week of October 25, 2021.

Announcing general availability of Microsoft Graph Export API for Microsoft Teams messages

Microsoft Graph Export API for Teams supports exporting Teams messages and message hosted content for a particular user or team that is subject to compliance.

Breaking changes to the me/assignments endpoint in the Microsoft Graph Assignments API (beta)

We are rolling out changes for developers using the Microsoft Graph assignments API starting October 8, 2021 in the response to the me/assignments GET endpoint to enhance its performance.

Reminder: Breaking changes coming to the Microsoft Graph userPurpose API (beta)

Breaking changes to the Microsoft Graph UserPurpose API will roll out beginning August 24, 2021 as scheduled. Learn how to handle the changes during the downtime

Attention: Outlook REST API v1.0 deprecation final notice

If your applications are currently using Outlook REST API v1.0, you should plan to transition to Microsoft Graph to ensure continued access to Exchange Online data.

Microsoft Graph JavaScript SDK 3.0.0 is now generally available

Do more with the new 3.0.0 release of the Microsoft Graph JavaScript SDK. This release includes support for multiple authentication flows and enhancements to the large file upload task.