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visual studio 2012 - backlog tracking ?

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I have Visual Studio Premium 2012, but not Team Foundation Server.

How can I keep track of backlog (things to do) items ?
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The easiest method that comes to mind is to use the task list!
http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/txtwdysk.aspx

if that is not enough for you please let us know what feature you are looking for? The integrated task list in Visual Studio is actually a good start :-)
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I would like something a little more robust.

Any other suggestions ?
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