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Respond to changes in Microsoft Graph data in real time. Reschedule a meeting based on responses, notify others when a file is modified, or continue a process after it's been approved.
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Today, at Ignite 2021, we are excited to share new capabilities added to Microsoft Graph that give developers and IT administrators just that - more collaboration, more integration, more security, and more data for organizational insights.