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Labelling and branching using TFS

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how to branch and label in TFS
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I assume you have Visual Studio running.

Open the Source Control Explorer under View | Other Windows.

Right-click the project or folder to label and choose Apply Label.

The top-level project cannot be branched (at least I'm not getting the option), but a folder within it can.

For this reason, we put our stuff withing a Current folder for each top-level project.  When we need to make changes, we branch it to a Future folder, make our changes and, after successful deployment, merge it back into Future.
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