Get your To-Do tasks every morning on Microsoft Teams using Azure Logic Apps

I am super excited since Microsoft Graph To Do APIs are introduced at Microsoft Build 2020. We finally have APIs available in public preview on the beta endpoint of Graph. Just a brief introduction, Microsoft To Do and Planner are the essence of tasks in Microsoft … Continue reading Get your To-Do tasks every morning on Microsoft Teams using Azure Logic Apps

Authentication in Teams tabs using Microsoft Graph Toolkit

If you are looking for ways to build easy authentication for Microsoft Teams custom tab development, Microsoft Graph Toolkit Login component provides a button and flyout control to facilitate Microsoft identity platform authentication with couple of lines of code. How to build a tab … Continue reading Authentication in Teams tabs using Microsoft Graph Toolkit

Let people try your query in Microsoft Graph Explorer

Microsoft Graph Explorer is a wonderful learning space for the ones who are looking for testing Microsoft Graph APIs and reviewing the responses quickly. It provides the simple authentication where you can login, then see the response preview with your … Continue reading Let people try your query in Microsoft Graph Explorer

Microsoft Graph + Power Automate = M365 data with no code!

Microsoft Graph provides a single endpoint to get connected with M365 data. We know that Power Automate has many built-in MS Graph components to access Outlook, Planner, Calendar and more. But, think about calling Microsoft Graph API with custom filters … Continue reading Microsoft Graph + Power Automate = M365 data with no code!

Microsoft Graph Toolkit: gather together your Office 365 in one app

Hey there! Today, we will work on an ASP.NET Core MVC web app with the power of Microsoft Graph Toolkit. Our purpose is to enable: Microsoft identity platform authentication the agenda from Outlook Calendar the tasks from Planner e-mails from … Continue reading Microsoft Graph Toolkit: gather together your Office 365 in one app