It’s been a while since our last release, but we are pleased to announce the major Telerik TeamPulse release​ for this year.

We have been in touch with many customers over the past months, and your feedback has been instrumental to ​developing the features included in this release--and this is just the beginning.

Let’s take a look at the big features we are delivering with this release:

Working on More than One Project?
​Here's New Cross-Project Relation to Support You

You are now able to link and relate work items to better define dependencies between items in different projects.

Want to see what if something is dependent on other work? TeamPulse lets you keep track of it in a single boards view. This allows you to quickly spot blocking issues, such as items with the status "blocks" and "blocked by." It also provides a quick way to navigate to specific work items in all projects to which you have access.

Set a relation accros projects

Blocked by Blocks Relation

SVN ​Commit

You can now associate Subversion (SVN) commit information relevant to each TeamPulse work item. This capability gives you insight to related code changes in Subversion and quick access to the current status of every project.

TeamPulse and SVN Integration

Report Enhancements

With the R1 2015 release, we are laying the foundation for future TeamPulse releases which will bring even more customization options for reports. For the current release, we focused on one of the most frequently used reports: Burndown. Here is what we are launching:

Burndown Report Extended with a New Look

The Burndown report, designed to compare the actual and estimated amount of work the team needs to complete, has a brand new look, with data presented more clearly.

TeamPulse Burndown Report
TeamPulse BurnUpReport

New Work Item Status History Report

With this new report, you can review and analyze how many items are added/in progress/done for a specific period of time.

Try the Latest Release

Download the latest TeamPulse release from your account or get a free trial. We look forward to receiving your feedback in the comments.

Let Us Know What You Want to See Next

We want to hear what you would like to see implemented for the next TeamPulse release. What reports would be useful to you? Give us your suggestions here.
About the Author

Fani Kondova

 is Marketing Manager | Telerik 
@TelerikTesting @FanichKa


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