Jeff Levinson

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General Availability of Work Item Trend and Rollup Reporting in Power BI

Today, a few short weeks after our initial release of the work item reporting capabilities in the Visual Studio Online Power BI Connector, we are happy to announce the general availability of trend and rollup reporting capabilities. Starting today you can do things like create sprint burndown charts based on story points, effort, size or ...

Reporting on Work Items with Power BI

Ever since the initial release of reporting with Power BI against Git and Team Foundation Version Control, the single consistent question was “When will I get the ability to report on work items?” The answer is “Today”. Shown below is a partial view of the new updated dashboard. The first question that I’ve been asked is “What...

A new utility for upgrading reports when you upgrade TFS

When upgrading TFS to a new version, one set of items that are not upgraded are the already deployed reports for existing projects. The existing reports will continue to work but we’ve made a large number of performance enhancements and other minor tweaks, especially on the “X” Overview reports (in each project there are a ...

Gain understanding and insights into projects in Visual Studio Online with Power BI

The Visual Studio Online team is proud to present the initial release of the Visual Studio Online content pack for Power BI. This is the first in a wave of additions to the analytical capabilities of Visual Studio Online using Power BI to easily visualize data and gain insights not previously possible. Understanding data is the key to making ...