When this happens...
Visual Studio Team ServicesUpdate Work Item
Then do this...
Google SheetsCreate Spreadsheet Row

Looking for an easy way to archive the history of your tasks on Visual Studio? Turn on this Zap and we'll take care of that for you! After that, any new updates to your work items will add a new row to the Google Sheet of your choice, keeping a neat and constantly expanding log of everything you do, no matter how fast things are changing!

How It Works

  1. A Visual Studio Online work item is updated
  2. Zapier automatically adds a new row on Google Sheets

What You Need

  • Visual Studio Online account
  • Google Sheets account

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When this happens...
then do this!
New Code Check-In

Triggers when code is checked into Team Foundation version control.

Send Team Room Message

Post a new message to a team room.

New Work Item

Triggers when a work item is created.

Trigger Build

Queues a new build.

New Build

Triggers when a build completes.

Add Link to Work Item

Add a link to a work item.

New Work Item Comment

Triggers when a work item is commented on.

Create Work Item

Create a new work item

Update Work Item

Triggers when a work item is updated.

Create Worksheet

Create a blank worksheet with a title. Optionally, provide headers.

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Visual Studio Team Services is where teams manage, develop, and deliver software in the cloud. Visual Studio Team Services provides free, private Git project hosting for up to 5 users, project and test management tools, build and CI, and team collaboration. Connect using the development tools of your choice, including Visual Studio, Eclipse, Xcode, and more.

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