Now you can publish markdown files from a git repository to the VSTS Wiki. Developers often write SDK documents, product documentation, or README files explaining a product in a git repository. Such pages are often updated alongside code in the code repository. Git provides a friction free experience where code and docs can live on the... Read More
Happy new year to all Wiki lovers. We are learning a lot with each passing day and in this blog I will share our learning and value that we delivered in the past few sprints. Few of these features are coming up in this sprint (Jan end). Link work items and Wiki pages In October,... Read More
Search wiki pages Over time as teams document more content in wiki pages, finding relevant content becomes increasingly difficult. To maximize collaboration, you need the ability to easily discover content across all your projects. Now you can use wiki search to quickly find relevant wiki pages by title or page content across all projects in your... Read More
It has been 3 months since Wiki went live and thanks to your feedback, we believe this is the right time to remove preview tag from Wiki. Wiki* will be Wiki in the coming days. I would like to give a shout out to everyone in the developer community , VSTS user voice, and those who reached... Read More
It has been exactly 2 months since Wiki went live on VSTS. Wiki is also available in TFS 2018 RC1 now. We have received tons of great feedback and we also learnt a lot from usage patterns. I wanted to talk about some of our learnings and the improvements in Wiki.
Last updated 1/4/2017: Wiki was released to all in October. Read more. Each project in Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS) now supports its own Wiki. Now you can conveniently write pages that help your team members and other users understand, use, and contribute to your project. Create my first wiki page When you create your first... Read More