Microsoft’s Azure DevOps, previously known as Team Foundation Server, is a project management application. DevOps provides users a platform to collaborate on and plan their projects in.
Several features allow DevOps users to plan and control their projects:
First, users have to register their organizations with Azure DevOps. Azure allows both Microsoft and GitHub Accounts for signup.
Next, users would want to create a project. To do so, users will have to enter a project name, description, visibility setting, version control type, and work process.
Last, the final initial step would be to add team members to an organization and assign them to projects. This step can be done by accessing “Users” in organization settings.
Further help can be found in Azure DevOps’s documentation.
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