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Direct streaming of SharePoint Driveitem content in Microsoft Graph now available

Direct streaming of SharePoint Driveitem content in Microsoft Graph now available

Microsoft Graph has announced that users can now directly download content from a Sharepoint Online site by accessing a file's Driveitem through a single call. This newly added functionality enables simpler and more efficient downloading of file content from SharePoint Online, allowing users to easily integrate the process into other workflows. This means that users can now streamline their access to SharePoint content and work more efficiently. Overall, this improvement represents a significant step forward in SharePoint content accessibility and streamlining workflow processes for users.

To learn more about this update and how it can benefit you, check out the official post on the Microsoft 365 Developer Blog.

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