- I have 50 responses to read… where am I up to?
Suggestion: Show an indicator on this page
- When a new response comes afterwards… how do I know I have a new one to read?
Suggestion: Have a read/unread like email
- When a response requires a comment from me … how do I do that?
Suggestion: Have a comments with an @mention just like Teams and Azure DevOps. Eg. https://rules.ssw.com.au/mention-when-you-make-a-pull-request-or-comment-on-github
Can Microsoft Teams show our calls in the chat window… like Skype does?
Of course, maybe it only annoys me… so if there is more logic to this usability, I love to understand.
Dear Work Item team,
Help me know there is an image in the Work Item.
When you get an email after an @mention – https://rules.ssw.com.au/when-you-use-@-mentions-in-a-pbi – we don’t know there is an image
When you’re working, you’re usually working on a single project, and Azure DevOps and Github are great to use. However, I often find myself needing to look across all the active projects that are going on in a company, and that is the stuff that’s hard to quickly see what they are. There are gaping holes to being able to see what the current projects are and what the tech inside them are. This post is about the tech we currently use, and what we’d like to see.
Going to a company and seeing the current projects and what tech is in them is not a particularly easy process – it’s a lot of manual work, and it’s easy to miss a couple.
Say your project is basically a Vue.js, .NET Core 2.1, Azure Logic Apps and Azure AKS. I think it would be wonderful to see that straight away in the tags.
Some NuGet packages are important. e.g. Entity Framework or Azure Table Storage. These tell you a bit about the project before you even have a look at it. An amazing feature would be to improve the Auto Tag feature (for both products). I also think showing these tags would be good advertising for Azure.
GitHub has Topics to represent Technologies. The Topics can come from the most popular Topics or can be custom, but they are not automatically added to the project.
- GitHub and Azure DevOps should work the same.
- Technologies and Languages should be auto-added based on the source code.
- We can also add them manually.
- Azure DevOps:
- Technologies should be auto-added based on the source code (as is the case for Languages).
- We can also add them manually.
- This information should be able to be analyzed across *all projects* for an organization.
eg. A button “Analyze all projects” to the right of Languages / Tags (in the whitespace).
Wouldn’t it be awesome to use this for comparison across the organization.
PS: Maybe a future relation will be the Analytics Extension (when Code and Build is added) https://marketplace.visualstudio.com/items?itemName=ms.vss-analytics
Of course, if I got this granted, my next wish would be to be able to see bug regressions, number of deployments to staging, number of releases to production.
This project is empty other than a few commits.
I think the UI should:
#1 Let me know what stuff is empty
#2 Guide me to any new stuff. In this case since I I have not opened the commits, I would like a red dot (like WeChat – the most popular app in China).
I have a new project, I am a new user, I have not entered a comment.
I open this combo and nothing happens when I click on any of these 3 options.
It is weird for it to do nothing upon any selection.
Can you change it to show numbers like:
- All comments (0)
- Active (0)
- Hide (0)
Even better – replace the 3 choices with the text: “Put your 1st comment on the code”
Dear Product Planners,
I want to add a comment “You need to do smaller check-ins”… where do people put that today?
I’d like to see it on this commits right click menu.
I’d love to know why I can *not* comment at the Commit level.
I should be able to say “Where is the xxx file?” – basically a general comment on the overall commit. I can comment on each file, so why not on the commit?
A couple of projects were added today and I would love them to be sitting at the top. Alternatively, give me a sort combo (see red box)
And since I have not opened them, I would like a red dot (like WeChat – the most popular app in China).
Eg. 3 comments from 5 team members should show 15 comments.
Would it make sense to add a menu: Repros | Comments ?
Then I would see a grid of those 15 comments.
In addition, it would be great to be able to hit a button “Send Email” to let your boss get an email:
“Hey, just did this bunch of comments on the code. It would be good if we could get this project prioritized next week.”
VW Arteon shows this image at end of a trip.
- Distance Travelled 8 km
- Traveling Time 0.19 h