Back in June of this year, we rolled out the first iteration of our new navigation model for Azure DevOps. We’ve spent the summer improving that experience based on the feedback many of you have provided. Thank you! Our next step is to move from the new model being a preview, to becoming the navigation for the product. In this post, I’ll walk through some of the key feedback we’ve addressed and lay out the schedule you can expect going forward.
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In our recent post “New navigation for Visual Studio Team Services” we shared an early look at our plans for the upcoming year. For the Work hubs in VSTS, we’re investing in ways that address usability issues many of you have shared with us.
Earlier this year we introduced a preview of the new Delivery Plans feature for Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS). Today, I’m excited to announce that Delivery Plans is officially out of “preview”, and is now included with the VSTS basic access level at no additional cost.
(Updated May 10, 2017)
We’re now taking our three new widgets into a full public preview. No need to email us for access… just head over to the marketplace to install the new Analytics extension.
Today we’re releasing a private preview of three new dashboard widgets for Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS).
UPDATED: Oct 2, 2015
Last month we knocked two items off this list.
You can now query and view Kanban columns from the backlog, a query result, etc.
Inline tasks now exist on Kanban boards.
You can read about these new features here: https://www.visualstudio.com/en-us/news/2015-sep-18-vso
More is coming in the next few sprints, stay tuned…
It’s been a long time coming, but I’m excited to let you know that process customization for Visual Studio Online (VSO) is right around the corner. In this post I want to take a few minutes to explain our roadmap and what you can expect over the next few months.
UPDATED: Mar 13, 2015
We found the problem here and confirmed that it was isolated to just a few accounts, and for a short period of time. If you run into this issue, the steps below should correct it. Don’t hesitate to reach out if you have any questions.
UPDATED: Jun 12, 2015
Well, we’ve almost made it through everything I originally put into this post. The Kanban metrics are the one things we’re still waiting on.
Swim lanes landed on VSO last week: https://www.visualstudio.com/news/2015-jun-3-vso
Last month we rolled out our new backlog navigation,
This past summer I had the chance to play around a bit with a tool called the Eylean Board – an add-in for TFS that provides visual project management. In TFS 2012 we shipped a set of features to visually manage your backlog,
Earlier this morning at the Build conference here in Redmond we announced that Team Foundation Service is now out of Preview! The new URL for the service is http://tfs.visualstudio.com. You can read about the changes here: http://tfs.visualstudio.com/en-us/pricing/information/
With this change, your accounts are now accessible at <a href="http://.visualstudio.com”>http://<youraccountname>.visualstudio.com.