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Announcing OAuth Support for POP in Exchange Online

We’re happy to be able to confirm OAuth support for POP is also now available in Exchange Online.
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New Microsoft Teams Shifts features to build richer Firstline Worker experiences

New features and APIs for developers to extend the Shifts app experience in Microsoft Teams for Firstline Workers.
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Introducing the new Microsoft Graph To Do API

Today, we’re excited to announce a preview of the Microsoft Graph To Do API, developed for partners like you to bring tasks from your apps in To Do.
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Record calls and meetings – the updateRecordingStatus API in Microsoft Graph is now generally available

We’re pleased to announce that our updateRecordingStatus API is now generally available in Microsoft Graph v1.0! This API allows bots to record Microsoft Teams calls and meetings as part of our policy-based recording solution.
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The API to your organization: Microsoft Graph @ Build 2020

Build 2020 arrives at a time when a lot has changed in the world. We’ve traded the Washington State Convention Center in Seattle, with its lecture rooms and exposition spaces, with a virtual event space, where sessions are online. We packed a lot of content into this two-day event, and we know it’s a lot
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Microsoft identity platform at Build 2020

Hello Developers – While we wish we could all meet in person this year at Build 2020, we have a great line up of free, virtual sessions and some exciting announcements to share with you wherever you are in the world. To learn more about all the news related to the Microsoft identity platform read
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New improvements across the Microsoft 365 platform help you build collaborative apps

Learn about the latest Microsoft 365 platform for Graph, Identity, Microsoft Teams and Fluid Framework.
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Build advanced queries in Microsoft Graph with $count, $filter, $search, and $orderby

Some of the top asks we have received on Azure Active Directory were for better sorting, counting, and filtering capabilities. We are excited to announce that we are now providing these capabilities on Azure Active Directory objects to developers through Microsoft Graph! In addition to addressing these important requests, we’ve added the ability to provide
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Service principal API in Microsoft Graph is now generally available

At Ignite 2019 we announced the general availability of the application API that allows you to programmatically create and configure applications. Building on that that momentum, we are excited to announce general availability of the service principal API in Microsoft Graph.
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New Graph Explorer is now GA

Today, we’re excited to announce that the new Graph Explorer is generally available, including the following new features and improvements. This version is built using the React/Redux framework.
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