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As explained in this blog post (http://blogs.msdn.com/b/visualstudioalm/archive/2015/10/08/how-we-use-user-voice-to-make-a-better-product.aspx), we had updated the status of this suggestion to “Under Review” to let you know we are tracking it on our backlog. To better indicate which one we are actively working on or which ones are on our 6-month plan, we introduced the states “Started” and “Planned”. The goal is to give an update on in progress suggestions at least every 3 months. This suggestion is still on our backlog, but they are not part of the 6-month plan.
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We are excited to announce a preview of the new Analytics Marketplace Extension(https://marketplace.visualstudio.com/items?itemName=ms.vss-analytics) is coming in the next major release of TFS. Analytics supports Power BI integration.
Please refer to our reporting roadmap(https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/vsts/report/analytics/reporting-roadmap) for additional information on the roadmap for reporting in TFS and VSTS
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After a couple of delays at the beginning of the year, we’ve begun to build this feature. Keep an eye out for it in the fall of this year!
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Visual Studio IDE TeamMichael Sumerano commented
Multi-monitor support is already there as you can undock any child window and move it to a different screen. However, there are annoyances with it that cause those windows to lose their place if you switch to debug mode (as they seem to have their own settings depending on what mode you're in), and if you had RDP'ed to your machine from another one that does not have the same size or same number of monitors, then logged back in locally. I commonly do demos from a conference room remoted into my machine, then get annoyed when I have to put back all my windows after I log in locally again.
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