Currently graph APIs (beta) for Office 365 usage return the response in csv format. Though this is good for some scenarios, but when it comes down to consuming these APIs grammatically, then it adds an overhead of parsing the csv.
It would be great if these APIs can also return the response in Json format.4 votes
Would love to be able to see reports on Distribution List usage. It's difficult to see which DL's are still active and which ones need to be retired.2 votes
It would be great if Office 365 Usage graph API can also return the aggregated information about client browsers too (for all services e.g. Exchange online, Yammer etc)1 vote
Currently Office 365 Usage Graph APIs returns response in csv format and no doubt it is indeed required and useful when you have reporting requirements which can directly be solved using Power BI, however on querying the endpoints programatically e.g. using C# then it adds an overhead of parsing the csv and create data models.
It would be great if these reporting graph APIs can return the Json response as well so that it makes things much simpler for consumption .1 vote
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