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Microsoft Graph Notifications

New at Ignite 2018
Graph Notifications offers an enterprise-compliant, people-centric, and cross-platform notifications platform using the Microsoft Graph.

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Activities/Timeline

Activities make users more productive by helping them resume important tasks in your app quickly across devices and platforms in experiences like Windows Timeline, Cortana and Microsoft Launcher.

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Device Relay

Users often start productivity tasks and entertainment on one device and continue them on another. You can use the device relay APIs to make these experiences seamless.

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Adaptive Cards

New at Ignite 2018
Render cards in your app with the new 1.1 SDKs, or integrate your content with Teams, Outlook, Cortana, and Timeline using an all new visual designer!

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Watch the Ignite Sessions Live Here

Session BRK2116

Build amazing cross-device and cross-platform experiences to drive user productivity for your applications.

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Session BRK2117

Improve enterprise productivity and engagement through Graph powered notifications.

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Session BRK2118

Use Adaptive Cards in Microsoft Teams, Windows, Outlook, and your own applications.

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Project Rome Team Messaging sample app

Building connected apps with UWP and Project Rome

Use Project Rome to create a Universal Windows Platform (UWP) team messaging app that can drive user engagement across devices with a collection of APIs that are part of Microsoft Graph.

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Timeline (Windows 10 April 2018 Update)

Timeline lets you go back in time to past activities you’ve worked on across your devices, so you can jump back into them like you never left.

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Project Rome Intro video

Project Rome at Microsoft //Build 2018

Learn how you can build experiences that work across devices, platforms and users at the same time.

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Project Rome SDK Announcements

Project Rome supports SDKs for both Android and iOS. Read the announcements and learn how to use these SDKs to create experiences that span across Windows, Android, and iOS devices.

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