Integrate Office365 and Visual Studio Team Services
Please integrate Visual Studio Team Services and Office 365 better, considering that an organization that is interested in Visual Studio Team Services will be likely to be using Office 365.
Integration should include:
- Authentication - users should be able to use their Office365 accounts and not only LiveID (or Microsoft Accounts).
- SharePoint site integration - from Visual Studio Team Services let me configure a site that I can host file sharing from, including the ability to use Office 365 as a SharePoint source. Administrative functionality should be included provided the user has the ability to administer Office365.
- SharePoint site integration, storyboarding - same as above, but specifically to better storyboarding integration. Currently users must manually "go somewhere else" to save their storyboard file, or add it under source control which is not ideal in either case. This should be seamless, especially considering the slightly non-technical nature of the audience for storyboarding.
I believe it will be fantastic if add OneNote supports in Visual Studio online and Team foundation server to share ideas and spec in team as well as Markdown.
We're going to move sharepoint on the cloud.
However with our level of customization such as process, builds, etc... and for security reason we can't move TFS on the cloud.
Therefore, I would be great if MS provide the capability to integrate TFS self-hosting with sharepoint 365.
Allow Team Foundation Service to be configured to link to a SharePoint portal. Either a On Premises deployment or a SharePoint Online / Office 365 deployment
When provisioning a Team Foundation Service account, automatically link it with a folder in the Skydrive of the owner of the TFS account.
As I create projects and teams, any user with access to that project should automatically get corresponding access to the skydrive folder for that project.
Then on the "Attached files" section I would have an option to "attach from skydrive". This will create a link in the attachment UI to the desired document.
Example: I create a Task in TFS. Link it to a one note page. This gives me real time collaboration on the notes for that task. Same applies for Word, Excel, PowerPoint documents.
Hosting SharePoint is a pain for a small company, so SharePoint Online is a good option.
We need the offline version of SharePoint for our TFS connection with it.
It would be great if either tfs.visualstudio.com or TFS 2012 can connect to SharePoint Online.
TFService is a wonderfull tool for small teams, but it would be even greater if it was possible to integrate with Sharepoint, which is impossible as of now (Spent about 5 hours to discover this, was too hopeful, I guess..)
As in TFS enable Sharepoint for TFS Preview as part of the setup template. With TFS preview the costs of hosting TFS will be much reduced. It would be good to see a link between TFS and Office 365 - Sharepoint online so that a richer document store can be used as in the on-premise server version of TFS.
I want to save my projects in Skydrive and load them from right there. The full project resides in cloud and accessible directly through Visual Studio. But we should also be able to open or edit files as plain text files directly within browser. Almost like office files. There should be some optional mercurial-like source code control with it. This is a appreciated but closed suggestion in Microsoft connect- http://connect.microsoft.com/VisualStudio/feedback/details/468278/loading-and-saving-projects-in-live-skydrive-account
I will be useful to integrate TFS with Office 365.
Hrvoje Kusulja commented
Please implement ADAL for Team Services
* being able to escalate Dynamics Cases to bugs
* Being able to map TFS tasks to Project Online
* integrated user authentication
Mike McGuire commented
+ 3 for integration of work items from team services into planner Tasks!
Dan Carpenter commented
Tighter integration with shared OneNote notebooks would be nice to serve as a wiki. For example being able to "@" reference TFS Users and "#" reference TFS work items natively in the notebooks would be slick.
Pascal Wallenius commented
My primary problem is also manage of requirements and other documentation that evolves dynamically as team members collaborate on the content. I would love a wiki solution rather than a better way of organizing document files.
Will Reynolds commented
Currently I'm having to duplicate tasks across VSTS and Planner. Could do with something like a "Show in Planner" option from the VSTS backlog.
Tim de Boer commented
To quote Meg Ryan.... Yes! Yes! Yes!
Integrate Project Server online with Visual Studio Team Services - should be a key integration....
Trevor Turner commented
+3 for adding Integration between Team Services and Office 365 Planner
+1 for adding O365 collaboration groups. They actually show up as possible groups in TFS online, once added they show up as [Team Foundation Server/.... but TFS errors out when the group is added because the function populates a GUID in the background and then the error is generated inline.
Aaron Giust commented
+1 for integrating with files stored on Office 365 whether it's a regular SharePoint Online library, OneDrive, or Office 365 group file share. The PowerPoint storyboarding integration is great but it doesn't fulfill the requirement completely. I want to add a feature item to my backlog and then link requirements, specifications, and architectural documents to it. I don't want to attach it. It needs to be a link because I'm going to link those same documents to other items in my backlog.
Ian Klek commented
I'd really like to see Team Services projects integrate with Yammer. Comments made on backlog board items should be visible in Yammer and maybe even Project, with a link to the item (and vice-versa).
David Schlum commented
Don't forget Yammer in the process...
Ok, so If I add my office 365 account in VSO it will generate an email that says "Join now". When I click that button in my email I get routed to the VSO online page except this login page doesn't show the "Sign in with your work and school account" option on the left side. Instead I goto VisualStudio.com and that option/link is there on that sign in page. Strange....
yeah, I was expecting this functionality out of the box. I have a @outlook.com account and I added my @...onmicrosoft.com account and it says it's not recognized.
Couldn't agree more....
Agree to: Integrate Planner Office 365 with TFS or Visual Studio Online !
Integrate Planner Office 365 with TFS or Visual Studio Online ! \o/
David Allen commented
For us, this is about needing a better way to manage requirements. Our company also sees Jira/Confluence as a stronger product around the management of requirements. Like others have said, the rich text fields of a work item are not enough. Attachments are a poor way to store documents that may evolve over time. SharePoint or Office 365 would be good options if more seamless integration existed. We want documents that are linked durably to work items. Moving or renaming a document should not break its link. Use IDs of some sort.
Stacy O'Dell commented
@Steven yes -- exactly. I need a compelling argument to quiet the Jira/Confluence advocates here at my company. Even just the ability to use SharePoint as a project wiki would be a step up.