Check out Brian Harry’s post on the latest release of the increasingly popular (and increasingly valuable), TFS Power Tools. As you can probably tell by the name, we’ve been working on this release for a bit and ran into a few delays along the way.  Hopefully you’ll agree that it’s worth waiting for once you take a look at what’s available.  At the highest level, here are the key points:

  • Process Template Editor support for custom work item controls
  • TFSServerManager client
  • TFS BPA support for Windows Server 2008
  • Work Item Template improvements Scriptable Team Project creation
  • Support for 64-bit Sharepoint farms
  • Unshelve to a different branch
  • Improvements to tfpt review
  • Delete global lists in the work item tracking system
  • Update bound Microsoft Office docs when the TFS server name changes
  • Performance improvements in tfpt online

Check it out and let us know what you think!