Version 1.1.13.0202 Word 2013 TFS 2012

Rating:        Based on 4 ratings
Reviewed:  4 reviews
Downloads: 6243
Released: Mar 18, 2013
Updated: Mar 18, 2013 by wschaub
Dev status: Stable Help Icon

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Documentation Build 1.1.13.0202 Release Notes.docx
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Application Word4Tfs10-x64.msi
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Release Notes

Welcome to the Visual Studio Team Foundation Server Word Add-in

Supported Environments
  • Microsoft Office Word 2013 (32-bit, 64-bit)
  • Team Foundation Server 2012 Object Model
Quality-Bar Details
  • Tool has been reviewed by Visual Studio ALM Rangers
  • Tool has been through an independent technical and quality review
  • All critical bugs have been resolved
Known Issues / Bugs
  • WI#43553 - The Acceptance criteria is not pulled for the work items
  • WI#43556 - Can we inline the 2010sp1 object model installer or at least point to the proper download location?
  • WI#43636 - HTML field extends beyond Word field box and does not retain Word format changes

Reviews for this release

     
Love it! super easy to use & works very well. Can't find a way to export attachments from a work item to word though.
by Smeetha on Mar 6 at 7:27 PM
     
This add-in is exactly what I was looking for but it just gives me: Value cannot be null when I try to import TFS items into Word. Hope this will be fixed asap, then it is worth a 4-5 star rating!
by hfrmobile on Nov 18, 2013 at 12:08 PM
     
Works well and we can output requirements to stakeholders who dont have direct TFS access. Looking forward to ability to Publish back to TFS.
by xonfug on Apr 16, 2013 at 12:40 PM
     
Tool was key in getting us output in a format usable by non-techies, while ensuring we keep a single-source-of-truth in TFS. And we could use the HTML description field in TFS work items, and have that HTML (tables, etc.) show in the Word Document 2013 version.
by cicorias on Apr 6, 2013 at 2:16 PM