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Announcing a new Microsoft Teams authentication provider and file upload feature in the Microsoft Graph Toolkit
Announcing a new Microsoft Teams authentication provider and file upload feature in the Microsoft Graph Toolkit
Today, thanks to the support and contributions of the community, we are excited to share another new release of the Microsoft Graph Toolkit, version 2.3. This release includes a new Microsoft Teams authentication provider, file upload support in the File List component, and several feature updates and bug fixes!  
Updates for Microsoft Teams bots in Multi-Geo environments
Updates for Microsoft Teams bots in Multi-Geo environments
This past July, we announced that Microsoft Teams is now included in Microsoft 365 Multi-Geo. With Microsoft 365 Multi-Geo, organizations have greater control over the location of specific data centers their data is stored in. Admins can provision and store data at rest in the geo locations of their choice to help meet data residency ...
Changes to the Microsoft 365 usage reports API
Changes to the Microsoft 365 usage reports API
At Microsoft, we’re committed to both data-driven insights and user privacy. As part of that commitment, we’re making a change to Microsoft 365 usage analytics on September 1, 2021 to pseudonymize user-level information by default. This change affects the following products and APIs, and will help companies support their local ...
Action required: Update your Office add-in dialog for cross-domain communication
Action required: Update your Office add-in dialog for cross-domain communication
We have recently implemented a security update to the Office add-in Dialog API that affects cross-domain communication between the dialog and the parent page (typically a task pane) using either the Office.ui.messageParent or Office.dialog.messageChild methods. Cross-domain communication means that your add-in calls one of these methods when ...
Reminder: Breaking changes coming to the Microsoft Graph userPurpose API (beta)
Reminder: Breaking changes coming to the Microsoft Graph userPurpose API (beta)
Earlier this year on June 24, 2021, we announced upcoming breaking changes to the userPurpose API in the blog post Attention: breaking changes coming to the Microsoft Graph userPurpose API (beta)  - Microsoft 365 Developer Blog. As mentioned in the earlier post, we will start rolling out the changes beginning August 24, 2021 as ...
Attention: Outlook REST API v1.0 deprecation final notice
Attention: Outlook REST API v1.0 deprecation final notice
In October 2017, we initially published a blog notifying our developer community of our plan to deprecate Outlook REST API v1.0. On November 2020, we announced that we would begin to decommission the Outlook REST API v1.0 endpoint starting from April 30, 2021. However, due to the pandemic and the effect it has had on our, as well as our ...
Explore and deploy SharePoint Framework solutions from partners in SharePoint (Microsoft 365)
Explore and deploy SharePoint Framework solutions from partners in SharePoint (Microsoft 365)
We are excited to announce new improvements on the SharePoint Store at the Microsoft 365. Given the worldwide success of SharePoint Framework, we are making significant additional investments on improving the acquisition and deployment experiences for apps powered by SharePoint Framework. This will be a step-by-step journey which will make the...
Build and run your Microsoft Teams app in 10 minutes with the Teams Toolkit for VS Code
Build and run your Microsoft Teams app in 10 minutes with the Teams Toolkit for VS Code
Did you know that Microsoft Teams supports custom developed apps? More and more developers are building unique and custom apps in Teams to support a wide range of scenarios – from simple task management apps to complex virtual healthcare apps. To make the development experience frictionless, we are dedicated to providing you the tools and ...
Microsoft Graph JavaScript SDK 3.0.0 is now generally available
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. The changes introduced in the new version are not backward-compatible; for details about how to update your client, see the upgrade guide. The Microsoft ...