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I am currently taking votes for which features will make it into the next version of the TFS Sticky Buddy (v1.1 CTP 1), which will move towards v2.0. The current list of features is slim, but specific.

Features (11 Votes) Click an item to submit your vote…

Votes Status Title
2 Proposed Add Second diagram for Dashboard
1 Proposed Data Refresh
3 Proposed Drag and Drop
1 Proposed Percent work complete
3 Proposed Should be able to hold more work items per “node”
1 Proposed Suggestion – Click on the work item

If you want to suggest another feature, please be my guest but make sure you are not making a duplicate 🙂

 

If you are interested TFS Sticky Buddy v1.0 has been downloaded 256 times since Apr 21 2008… No I am not making it up….

 

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