Link Azure DevOps work items to an existing build

Link Azure DevOps work items to an existing build

You can link Azure DevOps work items to existing builds. For every work item, we can attach a development link such as branch, build number, or related work items. Linking work items to existing build can help in traceability, and associate existing missing work items for Azure DevOps builds.

You can link Azure DevOps work items to existing builds. For every work item, we can attach a development link such as branch, build number, or related work items. Linking work items to existing build can help in traceability, and associate existing missing work items for Azure DevOps builds.

In general, when you are raise a Pull Request, you linked all the Work Items as part of the PR ( Most of the time it is enforced as policy ), that automatically enable the linking of work Items with the Build

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In case there are work items, which are not linked during PR, or some items which you want a link with an existing build you can do it from “Add Link Dialog

Related Tip: Setting up Continuous Delivery with Azure DevOps directly from Azure VMs

For the selected Work Item, Under the “Development” section, click on “Add Link“. From the “Add link dialog

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