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Connect your Assistant to your calendar, notebooks, SharePoint, and much more – all in just one click. Our pre-built Cards will allow you to instantly get real-time data from your favorite Microsoft apps on your Board.
But you can even take it a step further and use any Microsoft Graph API endpoint to create your own Adaptive Cards with our clever Designer that even lets you train an AI chatbot with ease. Learn more
This app works for Microsoft 365 organization/school accounts, as well as for Outlook.com users
Never miss another meeting or fumble around looking for a meeting join link. This Card handily shows you all upcoming calendar events for the day. If there is a meeting link within the event, it will automatically display it as a Join Meeting button.
SharePoint can be unwieldy to navigate if your organization has a lot of pages. Yet, most users only visit the same ten or so sites. With this Card, it will be super quick to see all the sites you follow in just one convenient list on your Board.
Many teams rely on OneNote for their daily note taking, but it can be hard to see when shared notebooks have been updated by others in the team. But this Card just handily lists all the OneNote notebooks you have access to, in order of most recently to oldest modified. Simple and helpful.
It's easy to get mixed up between various ways of setting reminders, flag emails, etc. This handy makes sure nothing slips your mind, by presenting all your Outlook task lists as a neat tabbed interface.
This Adaptive Card shows news items in a nice list that's simultaneously compact yet leaves enough room for an abstract, teaser image and author plus timestamp. What more could one wish for for their news?
With the Digital Assistant integration for Office 365 you can actually create your own Adaptive Cards. This is useful if you want to create custom Cards for a project or want to show specific data on your Board. You can point the Adaptive Card designer to any endpoint of the Microsoft Graph API so there is no limit to the possibilities Adaptive Cards that can project real-time Microsoft 365 data.
Users rely on Google's famous answer boxes for most casual queries, such as the weather forecast or answers aggregated from the top results. With this channel, you can add a similar experience to your SharePoint intranet.
We call them Answer Cards, because they are made using Adaptive Cards. And it can have a transformative effect on your SharePoint search experience:
Create your own Adaptive Cards with live data from 3rd party apps, for example by starting off with a template
Teach the built-in AI to recognize natural language commands users might say when they would like to see your Card
Find all your Adaptive Cards with the Answer Card web part for SharePoint that lets you enter natural full-length questions or short commands
Build a bank of QnA knowledge with Digital Assistant that can give further answers to SharePoint users, for example for FAQs
See an Answer Card in-between the PnP Search box and PnP Search Results
Built as an open-source SharePoint extension that's maintained by Microsoft, PnP Modern Search is a popular replacement for SharePoint's built-in more limited search experience. It offers more granular search UI options, for example extra refiners, search suggestions and control over how results are displayed.
If you already use PnP Modern Search, the Answer Card web part can be switched into a PnP mode where it receives the search input directly from PnP's search bar.
This effectively makes the web part an additional improvement to search pages previously made with PnP Modern Search. The best thing is, if the Answer Card web part doesn't find a suitable Card to show the user, it stays completely hidden.
Making your first Adaptive Card for your new SharePoint search is easy with the built-in Adaptive Card Designer. Simply add the Answer Card web part to your SharePoint page, and then open the configuration panel.
There you can simply click on Add new Answer Card to bring up an empty new Adaptive Card in the built-in Designer. The Adaptive Card Designer is a graphical designer that allows you to drag-and-drop different elements into your Card.
You can even teach the built-in natural language processing to recognize this Card through user questions, by clicking on Add training phrases. Once you have a design saved, just search for it in the Answer Card web part by asking it one of the pre-trained sentences.