Me Experience in Microsoft Teams using Microsoft Graph Toolkit and SPFx

Microsoft Graph Toolkit and SPFx. Create the Me Experience as explained in the blog by Waldek Mastykarz using Microsoft Graph Toolkit with React and SPFx

This blog is a short walkthrough of the sample created for the Me Experience with the Combine multiple web parts in a single tab of a personal Teams app approach

The sample covers:

The finished app

Personal App for Me Experience

The sample gives you 3 tabs for a Personal App in Microsoft Teams, using mgt-react package for components

  • Planning
  • Insights
  • Settings


Uses Agenda, Tasks, and Get components from Microsoft Graph Tookit with React

MGT-Files are coming and can replace the custom File component used here in combination with Get to simplify things further. But we don’t know when but fingers crossed 🤞🏽

Here is the Planning tab.


Uses Get component from Microsoft Graph Tookit with React

Here is the Insights tab.


Personal Apps in Teams do not have configuration settings as in a regular SPFx webpart. And often we might want to configure few things. For e.g here , the app shows me my upcoming meetings for the next 8 days, may be I want to see it for just the next 5 days then I should be able to configure this.

For this personalised configuration, we have a variety of option, you can see here Here we have used Microsoft Graph Open Extensions

Right now it only has one setting, the number of days passed to the Agenda component to bring back events, but we will be upgrading this to more as the need arise.

Microsoft Graph Toolkit

The way things have been simplified by the MG Toolkit is worth mentioning. This is my code for the planning tab below. You can see the simplicity in it and how well Microsoft Graph Toolkit let’s you extend it’s components with templating.

    <Customizer settings={{ theme: this.props.themeVariant }}>
        <div className={styles.planning}>
          <div className={styles.felxColumn} >
            <div className={styles.webpartTitle}>My upcoming events for {days} days</div>
            <Agenda showMax={7} days={days}>
              <MgtEvent template="event" />
          <div className={styles.felxColumn} >
            <div className={styles.webpartTitle}>My tasks</div>
            <Tasks data-source="todo"></Tasks>
          <div className={styles.felxColumn}>
            <div className={styles.webpartTitle}>My recently used documents</div>
            <Get resource="me/insights/used?filter=resourceVisualization/containerType eq 'Site'" maxPages={1} >
              <Files template="default" userLoginName={loginName} userDisplayName={displayName} />

For File, I have used the Get component with custom template called Files. I have passed the default api response value to my template and have manipulated it as needed.


The app respects themes chosen by users whether in Teams thanks to this article by Joao Mendez a lot of work was simplified for this sample , kudos to you 👏🏽

Sample code

The complete source code is now available in my personal Github repo but will be soon available in PnP Teams Samples. Waiting for the PR to be approved 🚀

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About the Author:

Microsoft 365 Cloud developer advocate @microsoft , currently based in Brisbane. CLI for Microsoft 365 maintainer, PnP member. I live and breathe the dev community in Microsoft.

I like contributing thru github / blogs / twitter in my free time , it’s my way of detoxing 🙂

When not coding I love to travel (read: eat and drink) and spend time with my lovely family.


Williams, R. (2020). Me Experience in Microsoft Teams using Microsoft Graph Tookit and SPFx. Available at: [Accessed: 27th November 2020].

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