What’s new in Azure DevOps Sprint 152

Anisha Pindoria

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Sprint 152 has just finished rolling out to all organisations and you can check out all the cool features in the release notes. Here are just some of the features that you can start using today.

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Wiki improvements

Wiki has a new look and performance has been improved. For instance, the page navigation tree has been moved to the left to provide a natural data flow from left to right. Also, until now, the amount of vertical space was constrained by the header. With this update, we made the page scroll fully so that you get a lot more vertical space for your content. We’ve also added support for several HTML tags to create richer content such as collapsible sections, add figure captions to your images, and highlighting text.

Table creation and editing experience has just got better! You can now quickly create tables without worrying about the syntax, and autoformat markdown tables for a better readability experience.

Several new commands in the Azure DevOps CLI

With these several new commands, you can quickly and easily create and manage pipelines, kick-off a build and tag the build at the same time, manage users, extensions, and invoke REST APIs straight from the command line.

  • az pipelines
  • az pipelines build tag
  • az devops user
  • az devops extension
  • az devops invoke

These are just the tip of the iceberg, and there are plenty more features that we’ve released in Sprint 152. Check out the full list of features for this sprint in the release notes.

Anisha Pindoria
Anisha Pindoria

Senior Program Manager, Azure DevOps

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