Hosted by Jeremy Thake, July’s call included what’s next in the Microsoft Search API, new UI for the changelog and updates to Excel in Microsoft Graph plus information about the new TAP program for Microsoft Graph.
Microsoft Search API
Nicolas Moreau, Principal Program Manager, discussed what’s new in the Microsoft Search API including:
- Release the API on 1.0
- Bring more entities
- Bring more search capabilities
Learn more about the API with these resources
Changelog for Microsoft Graph
Molly Shove, Program Manager demoed the latest updates coming to the Changelog for Microsoft Graph to improve your search capabilities and find what you are looking for.
Excel in Microsoft Graph
Phoebe Yuan, Program Manager, shared what’s new in Excel for Microsoft Graph including:
- Long running operation pattern and Async createSession API. From telemetry data, we saw failures due to request timeout. We heard from customers reporting request failures due to timeout.
- More detailed information in errors. We received feedback complaining that the errors are sometimes confusing and there was not enough guidance to handle error response.
Microsoft Graph TAP program
We just started a TAP program for Microsoft Graph and we are looking for additional partners and customers to join. Benefits to participation in the program include:
- Monthly TAP calls with workload deep dives
- Early access / notification of upcoming features
- Case studies and keynote showcases
- Share feedback and feature requests
Complete the submission for our review at https://aka.ms/GraphTAPForm.
Watch the call here
Next month’s call is on Tuesday, August 4, 2020 at 8:00am PST. Be sure to download the call series and add to your calendar. https://aka.ms/microsoftgraphcall.
Microsoft Graph community
- Recurring monthly community call calendar invite – https://aka.ms/microsoftgraphcall
- Previous monthly call recordings – Microsoft 365 Developer YouTube Channel
- Microsoft 365 Developer Podcast
Microsoft Graph feedback
- Microsoft Graph recommendations and suggestions – Microsoft Graph UserVoice