As part of our ongoing commitment to Azure DevOps, we'd like to share with you some key features we're planning on delivering over the next quarter.
As part of our ongoing commitment to Azure DevOps, we’d like to share with you some key features we’re planning on delivering over the next quarter. Each of these highlighted features includes links to our public roadmap project where you’ll find more details on the item and where you can check its status.
In Q3, we are increasing our investments in Boards to provide a first class roadmap/timeline feature. Our work will focus on improving and enhancing the capabilities of Delivery Plans. Q3 will be the first wave of investments where the focus will be bringing Delivery Plans into the core product (instead of an extension). The second wave of features will be focused on new functionality and value that have been long time requests from our customers.
Q3 enhancements include:
Bring Delivery Plans into the core Azure Boards product instead of having to install an extension
Allow work items to span iteration boundaries
Support a minimum of 25 team backlogs on a single delivery plan
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Give stakeholders read-only access to delivery plans
Late Q3 and early Q4 features include:
Display rollup information on the work item cards
Provide a condensed view for better viewing of large plans
Provide a dependency tracking experience across work items with predecessor and successor link types
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