Find the Microsoft 365 account license and service details for a user using Microsoft Graph API

Is there a need to find the type of Microsoft 365 license and the different services assigned for a user to troubleshoot an issue related to the service they have been assigned? You have come to the right place, this post will help you find the details using the Microsoft Graph API endpoints. In Microsoft 365, licenses from licensing plans also known as SKUs give users access to the Microsoft 365 services that are defined for those plans. To find the details, there are endpoints in Graph which gives you those details



Microsoft Graph Explorer:

There are various tools to make request against different graph endpoints but here I will be using Microsoft Graph Explorer tool.

After you login to Microsoft Graph Explorer tool, make a request to any of the above given endpoints. Find below screenshot for the GET request to the endpoint me/licenseDetails

In the above picture, the sku Id is nothing but the Microsoft 365 license plan and the service plans array shows list of the Microsoft 365 Services (SharePoint, Power Apps, Power Automate, Exchange, Yammer etc) enabled for the user. If there are multiple license assigned for the same user then you get the list as an array with different skuid’s.

For reference, here are some of the most common sku id information that you might need:

Office 365 E118181a46-0d4e-45cd-891e-60aabd171b4e
Microsoft 365 E305e9a617-0261-4cee-bb44-138d3ef5d965
Microsoft 365 E506ebc4ee-1bb5-47dd-8120-11324bc54e06
E5 Developer Licensec42b9cae-ea4f-4ab7-9717-81576235ccac
Microsoft 365 F117b4a1d6-2c65-478e-a046-51cf40d25d76
Power BI (Free)a403ebcc-fae0-4ca2-8c8c-7a907fd6c235
Flow Freef30db892-07e9-47e9-837c-80727f46fd3d

Here are some of the most common Service plan Id information:

SharePoint Online5dbe027f-2339-4123-9542-606e4d348a72
Power Apps9c0dab89-a30c-4117-86e7-97bda240acd2
Power Automate07699545-9485-468e-95b6-2fca3738be01
AAD Premium 2eec0eb4f-6444-4f95-aba0-50c24d67f998
Exchange Onlineefb87545-963c-4e0d-99df-69c6916d9eb0

For more information on the different Microsoft 365 license & service details, refer the below link

The beta/me endpoint also gives information on the licenses & service plans:

To get this information for a different user, make a get request to the following endpoint with the user ID

To get the information for all users in your tenant$select=id,displayName,assignedLicenses,assignedPlans

If your tenant has more users, consider looking at the following documentation

To access this information with PowerShell, refer the following documentation:


Summary: On this post we have seen how to get information on the assigned Microsoft License & services details for a user. Hope you like this article & find it informational.

Create Tile view card for custom List item image attachments using PowerAutomate & JSON row view formatting

In Modern SharePoint lists you can display list item content in a more modern way using the Tiles view layout. If you have very big list with multiple columns along with picture columns you get a horizontal scroll bar on the list view, the Tiles view can solve this issue since the content will be displayed on the tile card where you can design the layout of the tile card to display the different list column values.

There are many blog posts & PnP Samples which will help you to create a Tiles view using JSON row formatting. If you are new to JSON row formatting, I recommend you to go through this link from Microsoft. Microsoft has recently brought in interface to format the list item row & do conditional formatting by creating rules based on column values

On this blog post, lets see how to create Tiles view as shown above for the Images stored as attachments in the list item. If you add an attachment to list item in SharePoint list, the attachments are stored in the following path

Components used in this blog post

  1. Power Automate Flow: To get the path of the attached file (Image file in this case), we will be creating an automated Flow which gets triggered on List item creation to get the path of the image & update it to the custom hyperlink list column (ProductPhotoHL).
  2. JSON: To create a Tile view layout using list row view formatting.


  • Create a SP List by the name ProductInformation with the following columns
    1. Title: Single line of text
    2. ProductPhotoHL: Hyperlink (to the image)
    3. ProductPhotoPic: Picture (to the image)
    4. ProductPrice: Number
    5. Features: Multiple lines of text
  • Couple of list items with Images as attachments after the Power automate flow is created
    1. Only images as attachments
    2. Not more than one image as an attachment

Power Automate to get the path of the Image attachment URL:

Create an automated flow with Trigger When an item is created and configure the trigger to the ProductInformation list. Add the Get Attachments action connected to the Product Information list & for Id parameter it should the List item Id (ID) selected using the dynamic content from the trigger When an item is created.

Now with the above action we have the attachment URL of the image, this must be updated to the list column ProductPhotoHL & ProductPhotoPic of the ProductInformation list in order to be displayed in the Tile view. To create the above shown Tile view ProductPhotoPic (Picture) is not required but I’ve used it show you that we can create a Thumnail of the image on the default list view using the Picture column ProductPhotoPic. By the time I am writing this post the Power Automate action Update item is not capable to update a column with Picture as a DataType but it can update a HyperLink column. Action Send an HTTP request to SharePoint to make HTTP requests to any SharePoint Rest endpoints, I’ve used this action to update the ProductPhotoPic (Picture) column as below

I’ve said this on the pre-requisite section that there should not be more than one attachment. In the Body of the HTTP request, the Url parameter for the ProductPhotoHL & ProductPhotoPic gets only the first attachment URL from the previous action “Get attachments” AbsoluteUri as dynamic content. To get the first attachment URL you can use any of the following formula from the expression

  • first(body(‘Get_attachments’))?[‘AbsoluteUri’]
  • body(‘Get_attachments’)?[0]?[‘AbsoluteUri’]

I’ve used the function first() to get the first item from the array. The flow is ready, add couple of items to the list by filling in information only for Title, ProductPrice, Features & a Image as an attachment. The flow gets triggered which will update the ProductPhotoHL & ProductPhotoPic with the image attachment url. You can download the flow template from the following GitHub repo link.

Create Tiles View layout using JSON:

I’ve used the sample from PnP List view formatting samples to create items in tile layout for images. On the sample JSON I’ve updated the column ProductPhoto to ProductPhotoHL. The updated JSON is available here for download. Now copy the JSON & go to the List view & click on the down arrow (All Items)>Format current view>Advanced mode as shown below

The Apply formatting to should be set to Entire Row & paste the JSON to box as shown on the picture and then Save it.

Now you will have another layout by the name Tiles added to the existing layouts List & Compact List as shown below, select it

Now its time to see the need for the column ProductPhotoPic of datatype Picture, with the default layout you can see the thumbnail of the image added as an attachment

Summary: There are many samples available in PnP Github repo for List Row View & Column view formatting. In document & picture libraries the Tiles view layout are added by default, there is also a Column by the name Thumbnail in a Picture library. You can display a Thumbnail view of Images in PowerApps gallery for the Images stored in Document library, go through this link for more information. If you are storing images on a seperate document library & not as an attachment, the url of the image can be added on the HyperLink column. Hope you find this interesting & helpful.