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Microsoft Graph .NET SDK v4 now generally available with streamlined authentication and more 

New features and improvements simplify building high-quality, efficient and resilient applications accessing Microsoft Graph.

Access Microsoft Graph through a new preview CLI

We’re excited to bring an alternative to PowerShell  and JMESPath capabilities to you with the preview new command line interface (CLI) for Microsoft Graph.  

Explore new change notification API resources for your Microsoft Teams app

You can now subscribe to all types of changes (create, update, and delete) to teams, channels, and team membership. You also have the option to request resource data when receiving the change notification itself. The expansion of support to these additional Teams resources will open even more scenarios that you can tap into and automate.

Attention: breaking changes coming to the Microsoft Graph userPurpose API (beta) 

The userPurpose API will be offline for some pre-production updates. To mitigate the impact of this downtime, we are making another *temporary* API called userPurposeV2.

Assignments API for Microsoft Graph is now generally available

The assignments API in Microsoft Graph, now generally available on the v1.0 endpoint, makes it easy for you to build solutions that integrate with educational resources for various school and classroom scenarios.

Microsoft Graph @ Build 2021

We are excited to share all the new features that we’ve added to Microsoft Graph to enable developers and IT administrators to adapt to a new reality. Learn what's new at Build 2021!

Announcing new file components, MSAL 2 Provider, and SharePoint Framework library in Microsoft Graph Toolkit 

New Microsoft Graph Toolkit release includes enhanced features that makes your integration with Microsoft Graph even easier than before.

Microsoft Graph .NET SDK v4 adds enhanced features – now in preview

Leverage new modern development features when integrating your application with Microsoft through Microsoft Graph .NET SDK v4

Application permissions support for assignments API in Microsoft Graph now available

The assignments API in Microsoft Graph now supports application permissions for various GET APIs in addition to delegated permissions.

Learn how to develop apps with the Microsoft Graph Toolkit

Using the Microsoft Graph Toolkit is the easiest way to connect your app to Microsoft 365. But don’t just take our word for it. Complete this NEW learning path and experience it for yourself.