Use the Microsoft To Do API
Use the Microsoft Graph To Do API to create an app that connects with tasks across Microsoft To Do clients. Build a variety of experiences with tasks, such as the following:
- Create tasks from your app’s workflow, for example, from email or notifications, and save them in To Do. Use the linkedResource entity to store the link back to your app.
- Sync your app’s existing tasks with To Do and create a single task view for better prioritization and manageability.
- Manage To Do tasks in a custom business application.
Currently, the API supports only permissions delegated by the signed-in user.
Before starting with the To Do API, take a look at the resources and how they relate to one another.
A todoTask represents a task, i.e. a piece of work or personal item that can be tracked and completed. To get your tasks from a task list, make the following HTTP request:
A linkedResource represents any item from a partner application related to the task, e.g. an item like email from where a task was created. You can use it to store information and the link back to the related item in your app. To get a linked resource from a task, make the following HTTP request:
Track changes using delta query
For performance reasons, you may want to maintain a local cache of objects, and periodically synchronize the local cache with the server, using delta query.
The following To Do API resources support delta query:
Find out about the latest new features and updates for this API set.