News from Build 2020: Resource-Specific Consent now in Developer Preview
Resource-Specific Consent (RSC) is a new, granular permission model for Microsoft Teams applications which allows team owners to grant consent to an application accessing/modifying data about that team.
It was first announced and talked about at Microsoft Ignite 2019: see my blog post for all the detail about what it is, and why you would use it.
Now, it’s available to all via the Developer Preview program. The supported new permissions available to applications now include:
TeamSettings.Read.Group Get the settings for this team.
TeamSettings.Edit.Group Update the settings for this team.
ChannelSettings.Read.Group Get the channel names, channel descriptions, and channel settings for this team.
ChannelSettings.Edit.Group Update the channel names, channel descriptions, and channel settings for this team.
Channel.Create.Group Create channels in this team.
Channel.Delete.Group Delete channels in this team.
ChannelMessage.Read.Group Get this team’s channel messages.
TeamsApp.Read.Group Get a list of this team’s installed apps.
TeamsTab.Read.Group Get a list of this team’s tabs.
TeamsTab.Create.Group Create tabs in this team.
TeamsTab.Edit.Group Update this team’s tabs.
TeamsTab.Delete.Group Delete this team’s tabs.
Member.Read.Group Get this team’s members.
Owner.Read.Group Get this team’s owners.
If you want to find out more about RSC, then you should watch Nick Kramer’s session Building zero friction apps on Teams with SSO and Graph.
There is also a new documentation page which covers how to enable RSC, registering your app for RSC, updating your Teams Manifest for RSC and more.