Let us create multiple collections on Visual Studio Online
As an organization with 25+ developers and 15+ ongoing/supported projects for several customers, we need the ability to group our team projects into different project collections.
I am sure we are not the only ones.
Martin- you are not creating multiple collections given your statement; you are creating multiple VSO accounts, each with a DefaultCollection. There needs to be the ability to have collections in addition to the DefaultCollection under a single VSO account as you can do in an on premises TFS installation. Microsoft's cloud based development infrastructure including Azure is not yet sufficient for complex organizations is all.
Martin Hinshelwood commented
I currently create multiple collections in VSO, one for each customer. Each collection gets a unique URL, so I create http://customer-nkd.visualstudio.com as part of my active directory infrastructure. This keeps the collection isolated from the other customers and gives me the option to 'hand over' the collection directly to the customer.
What features are lacking in this process?
Hopefully this will be soon. do not want to move to sourcegear.
Graham O'Riley commented
Is there a due date for this feature?
We really need it now like all other companies.
Eduardo Cortés commented
+1 This is so necesary...
TFS is useless if you can't organize projects.
Hi, I will apreciate this feature to get ready on next VS Online version. This is very important.
Today, I come for look for this feature and it's not there. I'm stuck with the default collection. It's absurd.
Joe Vella commented
It is insane that at this point a feature so fundamental to organizing projects - internally or as a consultancy - has not been implemented by now.
Neil Hibbert commented
Yes please, this is a must have feature!
Michiel Lowijs commented
Please make this happen! We want to move our company TFS to the cloud.
Why have collections when you can't create new ones? That makes no sense at all. Please add this immediately!
I need it fastly too...
Due to the lack of this feature we have toyed around with running multiple instances of VS0. Although this makes management a little more difficult, in the end it closely mirrors multiple collections.
I would think that Microsoft would want to fix this considering that you get 5 free users for each VSO instance. That’s 5 licenses that I potentially would not need to purchase with multiple VSO’s compared to paying for them under a single instance.
This is needed
Dominic Cook commented
An absolute requirement much needed to properly organise many projects for many clients
It's required for me as well! Isn't it a basic feature?
Daniel Bliss commented
We need this as well.
Micheal Speck commented
Is there any movement on this? I do not see a way to add a new collection.
how is this not a thing already?