This is a quick blog post to summarise how to work through paging and delta updates in Graph API. Examples are in Typescript but you can adapt to the different SDKs Microsoft provides. Paging If you’ve called an API before you will most likely encountered paging before. Paging is where you receive a “page” of data, instead of all of it one go (think a page in a book as opposed to the whole book).
Introduction If you are responsible for administering Teams within your organisation, you’ve almost certainly come across the Teams PowerShell module. It is used for pretty much all admin and configuration tasks within Teams. If something can be done in the Teams Admin Center (TAC), it will almost certainly be able to be achieved in Teams PowerShell - and in many cases only in Teams PowerShell. And - if you are like me - when running repeatable tasks or commands, I think automation and hence this article.
Introduction Have you wanted to manage your Teams devices within a script, or from the command line? Well, now you can. I will cover how you can do this for pretty much any Teams Device that is provisioned in Teams by using Microsoft Graph. What can you do? As of 7th June 2022, with Microsoft Graph endpoints can achieve the following: List devices Get device Restart device Get device diagnostics Get device operations Update device software Get device health Get device config There are a couple provisos to be aware of in using Microsoft Graph and Teams devices:
This blog post is inspired by Ayca Bas’s excellent blog post on this subject using Azure Logic Apps instead of Power Automate Introduction Microsoft To Do is a great tool for allowing you to keep lists of tasks across your personal and work life. This could be something as simple as a shopping list or a project or anything that can be split down into individual tasks. With the release of the To Do APIs in Microsoft Graph, it is now possible to integrate with your To Do tasks outside of To Do.