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During the Visual Studio 11 Beta I created the post Enabling Feedback Requests for Team Foundation Server showing you that you needed to enable alerts so “Request Feedback” would show up…
In the Visual Studio 2012 Release Candidate an additional step is required to enable the Request and Manage Feedback and the Backlog and Sprint Planning Tools features are visible-giving users access.
(For more information on the permission required please see: Compare Visual Studio 2012 editions and Bucks post: After upgrading: Updating licensing)
To do this: Set the Web Access Permissions in the Team Foundation Server Control Panel(see image below).
Change the context from the Team Project to the Server.
View the Web Access Permissions Tab and give the appropriate users to access to the Full view which includes access to the
This was great info, wish it was easier to find in the first place. I added stories to the project backlog and then couldn't figure out why they kept disappearing from my board. Now I now, and it's resolved.
I can not se the web access tab, I use TFS 2012 Express and I have full permissions.
Is this feature hidden in the Express version?
It's not hidden but you need special permissions to see it. I am uncertain exactly what permission you need but it may give you (and anyone else reading this) a hint...
Nice information. I was looking for it.