Want to influence the next version of TFS? Now is the time!


Brian Harry has a new post requesting your input for the next version of TFS.  The team has just started planning for TFS, so now is the best time to let him know what you would like to have in the next version.

Team Foundation Server and the Future

With V1 now mostly behind us we’re starting to look ahead to what comes next.  We’re collecting the lists of everything we wished we had been able to V1 and all of the suggestions that we’ve gotten from customers – forums, email, MSDN Product Feedback Center, etc.  We’re also taking a high level look at what the core value proposition(s) for our next release should be and what timeframe we should be targeting.

We value your input very much.  We want to incorporate it at the very beginning of our planning.

Comments (2)

  1. Michael Miller says:

    TFS, as you have already heard from many, NEEDS to have an option to force a Get Latest upon a checkout, when a project prefers not to enable multiple checkout.  We are having enumerable problems working with TFS B3R in single checkout mode and not having automatic get latest.

  2. buckh says:

    It’s on the list for consideration.  In the meantime, have you tried allowing multiple checkout?  Personally, I’ve enjoyed working that way for a long time.