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Announcing a new, redesigned Microsoft Graph changelog

The Changelog is one of the best ways to keep on top of everything happening across Microsoft Graph. We heard your feedback that you wanted us to make navigating, finding, and following the changelog easier. Today, we’re excited to announce that we’re changing the changelog! You will find the new, redesigned changelog on the Microsoft Graph Dev Center.

Before

A picture of the current changelog web page

After

A picture of the new changelog web page now including search, sorting and filtering capabilities plus a new RSS feed

The redesigned changelog includes the following new features:

  • Filtering – For those of you who prefer to only see information directly relevant to your areas of interest, you can now choose to filter the changelog based on multiple criteria, including specific workloads and API version.
  • Search – While we know everyone loves regular expressions, sometimes you want a more refined way to parse your information. A searchable changelog makes answering complicated questions about specific APIs a lot easier.
  • RSS feed – Tired of hitting F5, waiting for changelog updates? We’ve incorporated a filterable RSS feed into our design. Now, updates for your favorite Microsoft Graph APIs come directly to you!
  • Automation – We used some magic to look at pull requests and automatically generate more timely and accurate updates. This should increase the velocity of changelog updates and reduce instances of clerical errors – like broken links, typos in names of methods. Of course, we also have doc writers checking and clarifying updates when needed.

Help us continue to improve this experience! Share your thoughts so we can make the changelog even better. We hope you enjoy this redesign, and we look forward to your feedback.

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