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SharePoint Pages Microsoft Graph API is now available for public preview

We are excited to announce that the updated Microsoft Graph API for SharePoint Pages is now available in public preview (beta).

Announcing the new SharePoint Pages API in Microsoft Graph

We are pleased to announce significant updates to the SharePoint Pages API in Microsoft Graph. This new version of the pages API is a great step forward on the capabilities supported in the Microsoft Graph.

Removal of SPHome APIs from SharePoint Online

Microsoft is adjusting access to the APIs used to interact with the SharePoint start page. To ensure proper use and supportability, we are making a change to minimize use of these APIs.

Prevent throttling in your application by using RateLimit headers in SharePoint Online

SharePoint Online uses throttling to maintain optimal performance and reliability of the SharePoint Online service. Learn more about throttling in this blog.

Updates on controlling app specific access on specific SharePoint sites (Sites.Selected)

Learn about updates about Sites permissions in Microsoft Graph using Sites.Selected for legacy SharePoint APIs, and the availability and supported status of this feature.

Microsoft Graph API support for new content type sync enhancements

New Microsoft Graph APIs to work directly with content types and align with content type synchronization enhancements.

End-of-service for SharePoint Online Machine Translation Service and APIs

Machine Translation Service and APIs will no longer be available from SharePoint Online by the end of July 2022.

Announcing SharePoint Framework 1.13 – Extending Microsoft Viva Connections

We are excited to announce general availability of the SharePoint Framework (SPFx) 1.13 with the ability to build engaging experiences for Microsoft Viva Connections.

Announcing SharePoint Framework 1.13 Release Candidate

With the availability of SharePoint Framework 1.13 Release Candidate, you can use SharePoint Framework to build extensibility for Microsoft Viva, Microsoft Teams and SharePoint with industry standard web stack tooling, seamless Single Sign On and automatic hosting of your solutions.

New public preview version on upcoming SharePoint Framework 1.13

We are excited to announce the updated public preview of the SharePoint Framework (SPFx) 1.13 - with Microsoft Viva Connections extensibility support for optimized mobile experiences.