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Add-in Commands in OWA and Outlook on the Mac
Add-ins are a great way to increase usage of your apps by making them accessible directly within Outlook. We previously...
Update to Filtering and Sorting in the REST APIs
We recently deployed a breaking change to the Microsoft Graph V1.0 and the Outlook V1.0 & 2.0 endpoints to address a...
Actionable messages developer documentation now available
In September, we announced Actionable message for connectors and email in preview. We are excited to announce the...
Upcoming breaking changes – FindMeetingTimes API on Outlook BETA endpoint
We want to give you a heads up on some changes that are coming to the FindMeetingTimes API which has been available in...
Actionable messages for connectors and email now in preview
We're excited to announce a preview of Actionable Messages which embed actions in both connectors and direct email...
Outlook Add-ins
Outlook add-ins use HTML and JavaScript to bring your features right into the user's Outlook experience on phones, tablets, desktops, and the web. Start with a Hello World example, or dig into the reference.
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Office 365 Connectors are a great way to get useful information and content into your Office 365 Group.
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Outlook REST APIs
Outlook REST APIs bring features like mail, calendars, and contacts for Office 365 users and users into your app. Let us show you how you can integrate in just 10 minutes, or jump right into the reference. These APIs are also available at the Microsoft Graph endpoint.
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