We’re always working to keep our content as fresh and accurate as possible. We have some new content that we'd like to highlight and hopefully have you spread the word. On-boarding content for newcomers We recently wrote a set of overview topics to help orient visitors new to Team Services and TFS. These topics provide a framework for n
With Visual Studio ALM and TFS, you gain access to a wealth of tools, many of which you configure or can customize. Common areas that team's customize include team alerts, team home page, shared queries, and test platforms. For on-premises deployments, you can also add fields, customize work item types (WITs), and Agile planning tools.
With the latest Team Foundation Service update and with Visual Studio Team Foundation Server 2013 RTM, we have changed the names of all process templates. From now on, the process template names will reflect the version of Team Foundation Server that supports their download.The new names are: You can access process guidance and&n
With the latest VS ALM TFS update, we've given the help content for the Agile Planning tools a makeover - as you can see by going to Collaborate and Collaborate (dig deeper). The collaborate content shows you how to use the Agile planning tools with the latest Visual Studio Team Foundation Server 2012 with Update 2 installed.
Some teams like to track bugs as tasks and other teams track them as backlog items, such as user stories or requirements. If you’re using a Scrum project, bugs are already in your backlog. However, if your team project was created using the Agile, CMMI, or other process template, bugs don't appear on the task board or the backlog pages.
Sometimes it's nice to see what's available all on one page. Here's a flat TOC of the Planning and Tracking Projects content for VS ALM Team Foundation Server 2012. While this view doesn't represent all the topics available under the Planning and Tracking node - it does represent the most often viewed topics and those which can take you deeper
You can use the following keyboard shortcuts within Team Web Access or Team Explorer. You can use the ARROW keys to change the focus. Use the ARROW keys to navigate within lists, menus, to expand/collapse hierarchical data, or to scroll the page. You can use the following keyboard shortcuts to perform the in
Customizable process guidance is now available for each of the default process templates that VS ALM Team Foundation Server provides. You can download and unzip these files, modify them to support your team processes, and redirect the process guidance link to your customized content. For downloads, see Customizable Process Guidance Content fo
If you are using Visual Studio TFS 2013, you can find this level of information in the following topic: Choose the Team Foundation client to support your tasks.In Visual Studio Team Foundation Server 2012 you have a number of tools to perform some familiar tasks as well as excercise new tasks. In some cases, you can only exercise some features
To record audio as part of a feedback or testing session on a remote machine that is running Microsoft Feedback Client, Test Runner, or Exploratory Testing window, you must configure audio redirection settings on the remote machine. You must also enable “record from this computer” when you connect to the remote machine. You can per