Microsoft expands capabilities of Microsoft Graph APIs for developers

The Microsoft Graph gives developers access to Office 365 data and intelligence and helps connect the dots between people, conversations, projects, schedules, processes and content. During Build developer conference Day 1 keynote, Microsoft today announced expanded set of Microsoft Graph APIs for developers. Read about them below.

  • The Presentation Translator add-in leverages Microsoft’s translation APIs in PowerPoint, giving presenters the ability to add subtitles to their presentations in the same language or in different languages. You can sign up for early access here.
  • The SharePoint site, OneNote, and Planner data APIs are now generally available. This means developers can use these APIs in production for their apps and services.
  • New Insights APIs allows developers build smarter processes by leveraging relationships between users and documents.
  • Microsoft is expanding the library of webhooks to include user and group changes.

Delta queries provide access to lists of changes for types of data, helping developers build powerful, high-performance application integrations. Custom data empowers developers to extend base types of Microsoft Graph (e.g., users, contacts) to store critical data in context. Both Delta queries and Custom data are now generally available.

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