If you have used Visual Studio 2017 to connect to a Team Services instance, or you follow the Microsoft ALM blog you will have noticed that with Visual Studio 2017: Work items now open in the web from Visual Studio ’15’! While the official post shows why that change was made and what advantages the web form brings, I wanted to quickly point out some small things that were done to make this behavior more usable. You can follow along by downloading Visual Studio 2017 and connecting to your Team Services or Team Foundation Server 2017 instance. Running Queries from Visual Studio There is still the full work item query tree available in Visual Studio, including favorites: You can also still create and run new[…]