I want to get all the users that are members of a group, but currently we only have navigation property to get both groups and users that are members.
This would be fine if the OData IsOf function was supported. Then I could easily filter out the groups. But it is not supported, at least not for this kind of query.
Please support IsOf for ALL of MS Graph. It's super important in a lot of cases, since you will often be working with directoryObjects of different types.2 votes
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Trying out Webhooks on the Graph beta enpoint for /users and I am missing
information about what data was changed
Nowhere to be found is what attributes of the user were changed (i my case "Last name"). This makes the triggers totally unusable for "/users" and I cant really think of anyone who could use this function as is? Sure I know the object was changed but I have no idea WHAT happened and if the change was relevant to my function
Please tell me there are plans to include the actual changes i the trigger response5 votes
We have started the work to support including resource data in change notifications for Azure AD objects.
Please have a look at this draft doc describing how these new types of notifications will work. The doc describes a scenario for Teams messages, but it will work the same for other resource types, such as the users collection
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