Microsoft Graph findMeetingTimes API update

Hi all, we want to give you a heads up on some changes that are coming to the findMeetingTimes API which has been available in preview in . We are making these changes to further improve the API based on feedback, and these changes will be widely deployed over the next few weeks. The updated API will be available in the /beta and subsequestly in the  /v1.0 endpoint as we make the feature generally available. In summary, the changes are as follows:

  1. Names of the following complex types, properties and parameters are updated:
  2. The timeSlot parameter changed from type .graph.timeStamp to type microsoft.graph.dateTimeTimeZone.
  3. A new parameter minimumAttendeePercentage’ is being added. This is an optional parameter that indicates the minimum percentage of available attendees required for the API to return suggestions. Input values for this parameter should

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SharePoint Framework Developer Prdeview Release

SharePoint Framework Developer Preview Released (Open Framework)

has finally released the (Microsoft Open Framework) as promised at the event back in May in San Francisco.  Along with this release, they have announced a new tool called a test surface and now are able to deploy to classic web part pages in 365 developer tenants.  Developers can now use a myriad of existing libraries, modern script development tools, and the SharePoint Workbench to build client-side web parts and deploy them to classic web part pages.  The new SharePoint Framework works with any existing plain javascript libraries and a limited number of common frameworks such as with more to come as time goes on. The project that you need to install in your

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