visualInfo resource type

A complex type for representing the visualElements property in the activity object.

Each user activity will be shown in Timeline as an Adaptive Card. App developers are encouraged to provide a custom Card which captures the essence of the activity which took place in your app. This is possible by providing a custom JSON card in the content property.

In addition to visual metadata with an Adaptive Card, app can specify content metadata – data that be used to build inferences on the user’s activity in order to offer new activities for future re-engagement. This is possible by using the activity's contentInfo property to provide a JSON object which leverages schema.org properties to describe the content.

If a custom card is not provided, a simple card will be generated using displayText and description properties. Custom cards are recommended to showcase the best content from within your app.

Properties

Name Type Description
displayText String Required. Short text description of the user's unique activity (for example, document name in cases where an activity refers to document creation)
description String Optional. Longer text description of the user's unique activity (example: document name, first sentence, and/or metadata)
backgroundColor String Optional. Background color used to render the activity in the UI - brand color for the application source of the activity. Must be a valid hex color
content Untyped JSON object Optional. Custom piece of data - JSON object used to provide custom content to render the activity in the Windows Shell UI
attribution imageInfo Optional. JSON object used to represent an icon which represents the application used to generate the activity

JSON Representation

The following is a JSON representation of the resource.

{
    "@odata.type": "microsoft.graph.visualInfo",
    "attribution": {
        "@odata.type": "microsoft.graph.imageInfo",
        "iconUrl": "String (URL)",
        "alternateText": "String",
        "addImageQuery": "boolean"
    },
    "description": "String",
    "backgroundColor": "String",
    "displayText": "String",
    "content": {
        "@odata.type": "microsoft.graph.Json"
    }
}