Tracking Progress with Rollup Columns in
Previously in Azure DevOps, it has been a bit cumbersome to track the progress of parent Work Items in the Azure Boards backlog view. But now, with the introduction of Azure Rollup Columns, you can visually see which items are being worked on and how close they are to be completed. We read about them in Microsoft Azure DevOps Sprint 157 release notes, but the notes did not provide information on how to see them. In this very short video, I will demonstrate how you can implement the Rollup Column controls in Azure DevOps and how to get them to work for you.
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