The success of any agile team is built on the shoulders of it’s individuals and their ability to work as a team. Those individuals need to feel safe to express their ideas and thoughts without other members passing judgement on each other.
You can’t fix what you can’t see. That’s why high executing teams want to keep a close eye on the state and health of their work processes. Now its easier for teams to track important metrics with minimal effort right inside Azure Boards. Introducing three new reports to Azure Boards: Sprint Burndown, Cumulative Flow Diagram (CFD), Velocity.
Azure Pipelines enable you to continuously build, test and deploy to any platform or cloud. This plugin connects Jira Software with Azure Pipelines, enabling full tracking of how and when an issue is delivered.
While you’ve been able to get started with Azure Boards from azure.com/boards for several months now, the new app in the GitHub Marketplace streamlines the acquisition of the service and configuration of your GitHub repository connections.
Analytics for Azure DevOps Services is Now Generally Available! Read this blog to learn more about the exciting features that you can start using!
You can now edit and delete comments in your work item's discussion! Read this blog to learn more about the experience.
We recognize that throughout the years, Azure Boards's workflows have accumulated smaller issues and usability nitpicks which have failed to become part of bigger product initiatives. This is where Project Paper Cuts comes in.
Our new Basic Process is now available in Azure DevOps. This process is light and simple so you can get started working immediately without having to understand any complex concepts. Give it a try today.
With the Azure DevOps Sprint 143 Update, we’re excited to announce the availability of our new rich text editor on the work item form in Azure Boards. The work item form can be accessed in Azure Boards from the work items hub,
In the new 5.0 (preview) version we combined the two inherited REST API's under a single domain. Making it much easier to determine what REST API endpoints to use. What domain you need depends on the process model used by your projects.