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Display linked work items on the main work item

Posted on 2014-03-06
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Hello,

I have been using TFS 2010 for about 6 months now and just had a need to link a couple of work items to a "main" work item.

Is there a way to configure the UI, so the main item shows all work item ID's that are linked to it?
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"Easily lets you see the entire tree of work items linked to the one you’re working on."

Try this tool which does the above.

http://visualstudiogallery.msdn.microsoft.com/a35b6010-750b-47f6-a7a5-41f0fa7294d2

The key words may be:  linked to the one you’re working on.
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