Microsoft Graph Feature Requests

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  1. Restrict permissions to app-only Azure AD applications consuming Office 365 services on resource level

    Large organization start leveraging the Graph API to provide integrations between their third party applications and Office 365. In such companies it is common to delegate the development of integrations from the central IT organization to other business units.
    The current app-only permission priviledges are not appropriate for such types of setups since there is currently no way to limit the permissions for that app to a specific resource in Office 365. This makes such use cases impossible to implement.

    As an example we could consider SharePoint Online. Whever a business unit has to develop a daemon tool that exchanges…

    212 votes
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    22 comments  ·  Identity and Access  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

    Work has started. We plan to build an experience where end users and administrators can pick a specific resource to grant consent to, such as a specific group or site. This will be programmable through Microsoft Graph API.

  2. Fully migrate AD users to Azure AD

    I would like to be able to fully migrate my AD users to the cloud, so that when I use them to log into an AzureAD Joined Machine, the whoami CMD properly returns AzureAD\fristnamelastname. Right now there are hidden attributes accociated with the previously AD synced user, that causes the whoami CMD to return DOMAIN\username. This is preventing cloud migrations.

    Response I received suggesting that I contact this team.

    "This a known gap, that we're reviewing. Even though you have migrated the user from AD to Azure AD, the onprem SamAccountName is still intact on the user object, among other…

    46 votes
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  3. Send message with a larger than ~3 MB file attachment

    Through Graph, there is NO way to compose or quick send a message having, let's say, a 6 MB PDF brochure. I'm not asking for attachments of hundreds of MB, but the current limitation is a **huge** bug.
    UploadSessions in the context of Messages could be a solution path to the inherent limitation of embedding base64 file content in a Json.
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    79 votes
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    27 comments  ·  Mail (Outlook)  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

    Dear Microsoft Graph developer,

    We are excited to announce that this feature is now available via Microsoft Graph beta endpoint for you to try. You can find more details on the release @ https://developer.microsoft.com/en-us/office/blogs/attaching-large-files-to-outlook-messages-in-microsoft-graph-preview/

    Please keep sharing your feedback, feature requests via the UserVoice forum.

    Thanks
    Sivaprakash Saripalli
    Senior Program Manager
    Microsoft Graph

  4. 27 votes
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  5. Add/Support "Request to add members" feature through Graph API

    We are missing the possibility to recreate #MicrosoftTeams 's feature "Request to add members" with #Microsoft Graph API.

    We would like to be able to generate this "request" on behalf a member of a team.
    This request nee to add at least the native notification inside the Teams client to help owner(s) decide if yes or no, they approve or decline the request.

    At the moment it seems this feature is not available from Graph API (v1 or event beta) and more annoying it seems to be an abnormal behavior if we try to add member on behalf a member…

    27 votes
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  6. SharedMailbox members (mailbox permissions) via Graph API

    We are trying to get the members (mailbox permissions) of a SharedMailbox via Graph API. We do not see any Graph endpoint at the moment that can help us get this information. We are in the process of building a custom application where we need to be able to perform read and write operations of SharedMailbox membership/permissions. This functionality is certainly available via the exchange online powershell and I can imagine this being a critical functionality which is not yet available in Graph API. .

    28 votes
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  7. Provide an API to read, add and remove saved messages in Teams

    I have a scenario where when a user saves a message I want to see those messages and list them in an application.

    26 votes
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  8. allow access to user presence via API

    Please allow access to read and update user presence via API.

    61 votes
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  9. Include "businesePhones" in basic profile

    According to https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/graph/permissions-reference#remarks-23, now with permission:"User.readBasic.All" , only bleow properties would be visible:

    - displayName
    - givenName
    - mail
    - photo
    - surname
    - userPrincipalName

    Which means "businessPhones" is not included.

    So it means normal user (not admin) won't be able to view other users' business phones in Teams, even these "other users" are their colleagues !

    You never want to reach your colleague by calling their business phone !? So what's the point to keep business phone invisible to most users in same organization?

    Just suggest to include businessPhones in basic profile.

    24 votes
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  10. Add support for creating chat messages on the user endpoint

    In the current graph beta, user chats and their messages can be enumerated using GET /users/{id}/chats and GET /users/{id}/chats/{id}/messages. However, new messages cannot be posted to the messages endpoint i.e POST /users/{id}/chats/{id}/messages . Please add this functionality.

    The desired functionality exists for team channel messages by posting to the channel messages endpoint (POST /teams/{id}/channels/{id}/messages). Replicating this for user chats using the same json payload would seem to be the most appropriate solution.

    28 votes
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  11. Graph SDK for full call recording for IVR Bot in Teams

    We are using the Graph SDK to develop Teams based IVR bot. Currently graph SDK supports only to recording user response for 5 minutes. But full call recording is basic and mandate requirement for any IVR application.

    16 votes
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  12. Pinned Channels in Microsoft Teams

    With the announcement at Ignite 2019 of Pinned Channels it would be great if we could get access to them via the Graph API. You could add a property to the Channel called 'isPinned' and/or make a call to get all pinned channels in one hit e.g. me/pinnedChannels

    7 votes
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  13. Provide a Teams API To send direct messages to users

    Currently, the only way to send messages is to post a message on a channel in a team. It would be great if there could be an API to send a direct message to the users. Please let me know if it already exists, because I could not find any such method in the chat object here :
    https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/graph/api/resources/teams-api-overview?view=graph-rest-beta

    16 votes
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  14. Enable Calendar Sharing

    Currently there is no API to share calendar with another in user. This is possible with O365 WebApp and Outlook client. Please enable this through API also

    13 votes
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  15. Support $select and Schema Extensions on /me/joinedTeams

    We have schema extensions on the Group resource to add metadata to user's Teams. We currently need to call both the /me/joinedTeams and then make time consuming calls to the /groups API in order to fetch the schema extensions for all the Teams that the user is joined to.

    It would be of great help if we could fetch the Schema Extensions directly on the /me/joinedTeams endpoint.

    It would be even better if we could also $filter the joinedTeams to only return the Teams that have a particular schema extension.

    26 votes
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  16. Complete custom teams tab adding and configuration from code

    When adding a custom SPFx teams app to a team using graph, it should be possible to complete the configuration from code so that the user is not required to complete the configuration.

    11 votes
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  17. Get capabilities/APIs available to the current user or tenant

    Microsoft Graph abstracts out different services into the single set of APIs, but in practice some services may or may not be available for particular user or tenant.

    For example, Azure AD accounts without Office 365 do not have access to /me/people API (Outlook REST API), this API returns 404.

    Currently there's no way to determine what capabilities or APIs are available without trying to call the API and handling the error.

    Knowing such information in advance would make it possible to build user experiences adaptive to what's available.

    7 votes
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  18. Working with Teams without admin consent

    To make automated tests of MS Teams, you need to use the designated list of Graph API requests.
    But the Graph API requests all require the access type “Group.ReadWrite.All” using admin consent, which is not useful for our customers.
    The proposal would be to add one more access type, for example with the name “Group.ReadWrite”, which will allow the creation of a team, creation of a channel in the team, sending a message to the channel and replying to that message.
    The same user needs to be able to delete the channel and the team previously created.
    This is be…

    9 votes
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  19. 6 votes
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  20. Allow signed in user to read AD group memberships with minimal delegated permissions

    Applications that implement group based authorization require the ability to query the group identifiers of the signed in user via minimal delegated permissions. The group based authorization is a common scenario for (multi-tenant) SaaS applications. Oftentimes it's difficult or impossible to get permissions from a customer that can expose a broad set of information. Even if one was able to get the permissions, the implementation would still be sub-optimal and cause unnecessary security risks.

    The current version of user: getMemberGroups function doesn't satisfy the need because it requires broad and even application level permissions.
    https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/graph/api/user-getmembergroups?view=graph-rest-1.0&tabs=cs

    Please note that the above…

    18 votes
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