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    Quick translation so that other users can upvote –
    The navigation menu of the Team Wiki pages, could be customizable on the right or left of the screen.

    I would like to ask what would be your preference and why? Do you feel comfortable with the navigation menu on the left instead of right? I could use this user voice to see user preference for a left versus right navigation menu.

    Moving to Wiki category based on feedback.

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    Hi Olle,

    Currently we (VSTS) don't offer a native app for mobile devices. As you have discovered we do support a mobile experience within your web browser that is limited today to only work items with views that allow you to digest work items that are assigned to you, that you're following, and your recent activity.

    The plan here is to make other areas of the product mobile-friendly (most likely starting with PRs) but I don't have an ETA I can share with you at the moment. However, I would be super interested in learning about other scenarios you think are useful. Feel free to shoot me an email at joserady at microsoft dot com.

    Best,
    Jose Rady Allende
    PM | Visual Studio Team Services

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    I have reached out to the contributors of this project, and it is actually a FREE extension.

    It comes in two flavors sharing a common scripting language and configuration.

    The <a href="https://marketplace.visualstudio.com/items?itemName=tfsaggregatorteam.tfs-aggregator-server-plugin">Server Plugin</a>, for TFS 2013 Update 2 up to TFS 2017 Update 1, runs in-process of your on-premise TFS and is the most performing option. TFS takes care of insulating from crashes in the plugin.

    Another option is choosing for the <a href="https://marketplace.visualstudio.com/items?itemName=tfsaggregatorteam.tfs-aggregator-web-service">Web Service</a> version, for VSTS or TFS 2015 and later. You have to setup an hosting environment (basically an IIS Web Site) and it runs out-of the TFS process. The Web Service is the only option for Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS).

    Sorry for the confusion
    Ewald Hofman

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    1 comment  ·  Visual Studio IDE » Version Control (Git/TFVC)  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

    VS2017 has moved to an identity-first model. As a result, the connect experience shows all of the resources to which your identity has access which can be slow in the cases where you have a large number of repositories. One workaround to make this experience slightly faster is to remove TFS servers that you no longer need to access (right-click > Remove). You can also multiselect repositories and click "Connect" to reduce the number of times you need to visit the dialog. We will leave this request open in order to get further feedback on changing this experience and relative prioritization.

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    Thanks for the report. I fixed the typo.

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    Unfortunately we have had to make the decision to not bring the new Inheritance model to TFS on-prem with the next major release. It was a tough decision that we didn’t take lightly. The scope cuts that we had to make in order to deliver it to on-prem were just too painful, and would not give the User Experience we would be proud of.

    We are still planning to bring it to our on-prem customers in a future release of TFS.

    Sorry for not having a better answer.

    Ewald Hofman
    VSTS/TFS Program Manager

    @Brian and @Jeroen. To be clear, we will not ship the new model to TFS 2018 (or whatever name we will give it). That version is internally known as Dev16. It is currently targeted to ship as part of Dev17.

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    If you use IE11 or Edge to author your test cases (either in the grid mode or the WIT form), then those URLs are converted to hyperlinks, which then become clickable in the Web Runner (any browser).

    Thanks
    -Ravi Shanker

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