>Annotate in TFS


There is a somewhat hidden feature in Visual Studio TFS edition (or whatever it is called) for checking who changed a row.  It is called Annotate and can be reached through the context menu.  After some number crunching it gives you a semi graphic view of which row was edited by who.

Further Annotate can be done on other rows but not the same row again; I don’t know why.

One Response to “>Annotate in TFS”

  1. Manuel Anaya says:

    >Great tip! Thanks!

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