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Create a Microsoft Graph Connector

With recent licence changes it would be good if there was a (non premium/standard ) MS Graph specific connector supporting the MS Graph call that are currently called using the HTTP Request action.

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Advocate I

Specifically, I'd love to see Microsoft Graph triggers which link into the "subscription" options of Microsoft Graph.

New Member

sorry for the posting error.

I would love to have this. This way it's way easier for us to create actions that call the graph api endpoints. Great idea @Pieter_Veenstra

Advocate V

At some of the v2.0 Graph APIs (mostly in beta) can now be directly called from Flow without having to register an App in Azure first.

 

I demostrate this in a recent blog I posted to obtain thumbnail URLs for documents stored in SharePoint, information that currently at least is available in any of the SharePoint Flow actions:

https://masteroffice365.com/leveraging-graph-in-powerapps-and-flow/

Super User

Can't agree more.

An HTTP Rest Graph action like the SharePoint Rest action would be great.

Being unable to use graph due to the new licencing model is a real problem

To make some progress on this I created a base custom connector for this. Currently there is only one action: Get My Profile and Read Excel file

 

https://github.com/Pieter-Veenstra/MSGraphConnector

 

 

Helper I

MUCH needed!

Regular Visitor

Is this correct, that there is after license changes last year, no options to using Graph API (like New Teams Room) over HTTP without the "Office 365 Flow License"?

When yes, it is correct, that the PowerApps Plattform isn't the right plattform to build automatet Apps to administrating the O365 solutions or Security or Compliance?

 

Thanks

Frequent Visitor

It's insane this isn't an included connector. Hard to sell TPTB on Powerapps with this insane pricing situation but now you can't even consistently connect to the Microsoft environment without extra charges?