Microsoft Graph for SharePoint Pages public preview – update
The Microsoft Graph API for SharePoint pages has been in the public preview stage since early 2023. We have seen consistent usage growth and feedback from our community. Based on the beta API usage feedback we are making changes to improve the overall experience in preparation for the V1.0 release in next few months. These updates to the Beta API and corresponding documentation/code samples will start rolling out from early July 2023. Due to the nature of the changes and deployments, we expect these new updates, including documentation and code samples, to take up to a month to be available across all environments. This blog post will also be updated when this roll out is completed.
[Update as of 3-Aug-2023]: These updates, including all code changes, documentation, samples are now done rolling out everywhere.
The updates are in two major areas:
- A data model change which might break existing beta Pages API callers.
- This change was required to make the API future-proof for supporting other page types.
- Introduction of edit capabilities for web parts and sections in a page.
- This was a top ask from developers using the beta API and we are excited to bring it to you all in this update.
This video below walks through the updates to the Pages Graph Beta API.
Get started with the new SharePoint Pages API
- Track the roll out of the Pages API, all the way to GA (V1.0) with this M365 roadmap item.
- Read our extensive Pages API documentation
- Check out the Pages API code samples in the solution gallery.
- Review our open issues and provide feedback in SharePoint Pages Graph API issues list
- View the API update demo video (recorded from the May 23, 2023 Microsoft 365 community call)
- Visit our Microsoft 365 Dev Center, join on the Microsoft 365 Platform community calls and follow us on Twitter (@Microsoft365Dev) for further updates on this feature.