The Work Views page is your one stop shop to view all the work items relevant to one or more teams/projects. The page allows you to easily view and find your work and manage it in one place. You can manage multiple levels of work items for multiple teams and create work views. Views can be saved for quick access.
The Work Views page can be used to replace the work that you do on the following pages:
- User stories
- Coming soon: Portfolio items - once we complete the % done renderers
Work items on all of these pages can be easily viewed and managed on the new Work Views page.
The Work Views page includes:
- Select projects and work item types
- Filter work items
- Customize how work items display
- Save your view
- Manage saved views
- Add new work items
Select projects and work item types
Select at least one project and work item to get started using the page. You can select multiple projects and work item types to display. Tasks are not currently supported.
Multiple child projects can be selected for an extensive display of work items in your project hierarchy. Shift + click to select child items.
You can also select multiple work item types, regardless of hierarchy.
Duplicate work items may display on the grid. For example, if you select both user story and portfolio item work items, a user story may display under the feature and as a stand-alone user story. You can alleviate this issue by selecting all features with unparented user stories.
Filter work items
Click Manage filters to refine the results on the page. Multi-select from the drop-down or enter search criteria to add filters. Once you've selected all applicable filter types, click Apply.
Next, populate the selected filters. The grid will automatically display work items based on your filters.
The selected filters display at the top of the grid. Use the drop-down field multi-select values for the selected filters. The work items on the grid automatically populate as you select values. The drop-down lists selected and available values. Select the No Entry option to display work items that do not have a field value.
To clear selected filters, click the Reset button.
Customize how work items display
You have several options for modifying work items on the page, including:
Select the column picker icon. Columns will display even if a field is hidden for a project or work item. Hidden fields can be edited inline and bulk edited. Columns will show -- if not applicable for a work item. Search or scroll to select columns you want to display on the grid. Click Apply to confirm your selections.
Drag and drop
Rank items on the grid with drag and drop. Re-parenting work items is not currently supported.
Select multiple work items, then select the pencil icon to edit fields across work items.
You can select up to four values to update across the checked work items. You can only bulk edit fields that apply to all work items selected on the grid. Hidden fields are available on the bulk edit list of fields and can be edited.
Select one or more work items and click the trash can icon to delete multiple work items at one time.
Save your view
Click the Save icon to save your modifications to the Work Views page so you can view them later.
Enter a name for the view, then click Save.
Manage saved views
Access all your saved views from the drop-down. You can also create a new view from the drop-down.
Change your view by selecting a new view from the dropdown. Save as a new view, rename your view, or delete by clicking the icons in the sidebar.
Add new work item
If your page is already populated with work items, select a value from either the Work Item Types or Projects drop-down. Then, click the + Work Item button.
To enable the quick add Create button, at least one value from both the Work Item Types and Projects drop-downs must be selected. To Create with Details, only one value from either the Work Item Types or Projects drop-down must be selected.
Complete the required fields for the work item in editable detail page and click Save. The newly created work item will only display on the grid if it matches selected filters.