one of the major advantages and disadvantages of Team Foundation Server is the ability we associate our changes in the source code with work items that give life to a project. It is an advantage because it allows us to have transparency in the real state of a project, and is a disadvantage because when you have many work items, because until now it was not easy to get that this defining your work.
Well, one of the interesting new features in Visual Studio 2012 and Team Foundation Server 2012 is the ability to have a query of WorkItems to be able to associate them with our changes. By default when we see the Queries item in the section “Related WorkItems”, we see that it is empty.
In order to have a query by hand at that point, we should mark it as a favorite. This we do it from the “Work Items” section and selected a query, deploy the shortcut menu and select the option “Add to My Favorites”. In this case, the query that I recommend to select is “Work In Progress”… your name now says you it all.
At this time if we go back to the section of the pending changes, we can see that we have this query by hand, to associate our WorkItems.
The best thing for tomorrow, with the “My Work” section
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