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    Thanks for the update.

    It continues to be a challenge choosing which Microsoft tool to manage tasks with, without losing track of where tasks are.

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    Chris commented  · 

    I tried to vote but ran out of votes :(

    Maybe similar functionality exists in the form of saved workspaces?

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    Chris commented  · 

    I agree. The flipside is "hyperlinking" from the workitem to the related line of source code.

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    32 comments  ·  Visual Studio IDE » Languages - C#  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
    Chris commented  · 

    I have sought after this kind of documentation integration for many years. It is good to hear Sandcastle still exists. It sounds as though it is becoming more feasible.

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    Enabling users to customer their column on the task board, has been an outstanding wish for us for a long time. A year ago we were planning to pick this one up, but unfortunately we were not able to get to it because of other priorities. We have kept the state of the user voice item as Planned for a long time, as it was always on the edge of being picked up.

    In our latest planning cycle, it is clear that it is still high on our list, but we won’t be able to get to it in the next 3-6 months. In a few months we will have our next planning cycle, and it will be again one of the features that we desperately want to deliver to you. I hope to have better news in a few months. Sorry.

    Ewald Hofman
    Program Manager

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    Chris commented  · 

    Grouping by tags is a way to support hierarchical views of workitems from any number of different perspectives. We have our workitems built by functional requirements, but sometimes wish to view the backlog by technical requirement.

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    Chris commented  · 

    Enterprise database development requires SQL features not available in Express, such as the tuning advisor. The SQL engine can consume a great deal of resources. It's a drag on the system to have both.

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