The main purpose of the Microsoft Graph is to make applications smarter, so that they don’t require a lot of interim steps in order to surface contextual data. By integrating with Graph, apps will be able (with users’ permissions) to access their calendars to suggest meeting times, get data from an Excel file to update a chart with the latest information, and let users know where they’re spending their time, and so on. Microsoft Graph was a key piece of a number of announcements and demos at Microsoft’s Build 2019 conference this week.
What questions do you have for Yina about the Microsoft Graph? I’ll be chatting with her on May 13 and will ask some of your best Graph questions directly to YIna.