Task Management API
While reviewing the O365 Preview API I was wondering what about Task-Management. Currently there are two systems for task management (Exchange and SharePoint). Would be great to see a roadmap for TaskManagement in the O365 Story and of course get an API to easily connect Apps to consume tasks. (No CSOM required just give us REST :D)
We’ve been working on the tasks area of the Microsoft Graph with the aim of creating a clearer and more consistent API story around tasks from Outlook, Planner, WunderList and SharePoint. We don’t have anything to share at present, but we are investing in this space.
Hilton Giesenow commented
Any update here by any chance? Also, please don't forget to include background service/daemons in this planning.
Ben Ryder commented
Not being able to carry out integration actions against the msgraph api for outlook tasks is a significant omission and any efforts to prioritise this would be appreciated (I suspect by a number of organisations attempting to push Microsoft's office365 technologies and 'delight' their customers).
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Any chance you could fix the orderHint attribute (for tasks, checklists, etc) so it's possible to influence the order of newly created items in the GUI.
If I create a checklist, the items seem to end up in a totally random order, no matter what I do.
I orginally thought they would appear in the same order as the appeared in the JSON used to create them, but that's not the case.
I subsequently tried to influence the order using orderHint, but that makes no difference either.
Tavi Truman commented
Glad and good to see that the team is working on the Task Management concept and API; now that we have more people using Outlook we are seeing a dramatic increase in our users taking advantage of Task and To-Do list and Workflow like activities. As we aren't fans of REST APIs and are Native Platform .NET developers (C#, F# WPF, UWP, XAML and Xamarin) the Graph API makes total sense for us and we stay productive in programming. Right now we not in a good space because of the various competing Office 365 APIs and not all of the capabilities are in the Graph API so that creates a big problem for us. I'm hoping you guys can deliver at least parity to legacy Task API soon!!
Not sure what the hell is going on other there, but someone screwed the pooch, big time. Nearly half of my emails went straight to the junk folder and 90 percent of the emails were not junk. More than 500 emails ened up in the junk folder. I don't know what the hell you guys are doing, but you better stop, because this is wrong, it is just wrong. Now I have to go through each email in the junk folder to retrieve all of the valid emails. Thanks a lot..
Is there any news on if it would be possible in the future to create outlook task by the graph api
The current tasks API (beta) only allows for the Planner tasks, while we want to be able to access O365 tasks. Is this also on the roadmap?
Task Management API is a much needed one!
Henrik Olsson commented
Of course, the task management API should work with Exchange/Office365 as well as Outlook.com. (Personally, I'm not that interested in SharePoint and Project - that could be a future enhancement.)
I read in a stackoverflow post that it is still not planned to support the tasks through the Office 365 API. I really hope, this changes in the future.
Any update on this? I'd really like to be able to use this api to manage my tasks.
Any updates on this?
I would like to be able to read/write Exchange Tasks right now with the Office 365 API. It's ok if the API changes later on if/when you figure out how to merge Sharepoint Tasks in. As it is now, Windows 8 AKA Metro AKA Universal AKA Windows Store Apps cannot access Tasks through Outlook COM or the Office 365 APIs.
I have a client that wants to create an Asana.com experience internally through Office 365 Unified API and Azure web app, and we need me/tasks working. Is there any preview or roadmap on me/tasks API?
The response from the forums was to make comments here.
waiting for it ASAP
Adam Toth commented
If you include Project Server, there are 3 systems. The WorkManagement service is powerful enough to be that API, however it needs a lot of work. It currently doesn't support App authentication, so you can only use the JSOM library in O365, and not from an App for SharePoint. Enable WorkManagement for Apps, and give it a proper REST interface!
Chris Givens commented
You are a very smart man Mr Hans! :) I brought up the same thing a few weeks ago internally being that Google has a very impressive Tasks implementation.