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Allow mapping fields from related records in Aha to Azure Devops

This idea is to allow mapping fields from related records from Aha to DevOps. In most cases, this would be parent/grandparent/great grandparent situations. For example, allowing a tag from an Aha feature to be mapped to a tag on a DevOps PBI. Anot...
Josh Wayne over 2 years ago in Azure DevOps Services and Server 0 Future consideration

Inherit the hierarchy of the area paths from Azure Dev Ops

When integrating with Azure Dev Ops, the area paths should inherit the same hierarchy when represented in Aha. For example, hierarchy in Dev Ops could be: Company/ Company /Functional Area Company/Functional Area/Team The Aha Azure devops integrat...
John M almost 4 years ago in Azure DevOps Services and Server 5 Future consideration

Aha! Releases Should Honor ADO Area by Default

I am unsure why this feature was designed this way; However, when creating and pushing a release from Aha! to ADO, it should honor the area path set up in the Aha! to ADO integration. Furthermore, when linking to an existing iteration in ADO, the ...
I R over 1 year ago in Azure DevOps Services and Server 0 Future consideration

Function as a hub to push data from JIRA to DevOps

We use JIRA internally for tracking most of our development work, while a customer we work for uses DevOps. We also use Aha. We would like our customers to be able to see JIRA comments pushed through to DevOps. We tried to use Aha as a 'hub' to do...
Guest over 1 year ago in Azure DevOps Services and Server 2 Future consideration

Update records selectively

The "Update Records" feature currently updates all integrated records defined in the Azure DevOps integration. This could take quite some time if the number of records is high. Sometimes you only want to upgrade on a particular record type because...
Guest over 3 years ago in Azure DevOps Services and Server 0 Future consideration

Sync sprints between requirements in Aha! and equivalent (e.g. PBIs) in Azure DevOps

Our development team manages PBIs within sprints. Currently you can map a custom sprint field for features in Aha! to DevOps, but not requirements. Ideally, we would be able to sync sprints for requirements/PBIs, as that would be more useful than ...
Mike Maylone almost 4 years ago in Azure DevOps Services and Server 0 Future consideration

Comment Synching to Azure DevOps

As an Aha user, when I create a Requirement with a Comment which is mapped to Azure DevOps I need the initial Comment to synch to Azure and not just subsequent Comments Working with offshore teams, and not able to speak to them during off hours, w...
Lee-Ann Ruf almost 4 years ago in Azure DevOps Services and Server 0 Already exists

Allow VSO integrations to work with multiple Aha Products represented in a single VSO Project

Some customers have specified that they maintain a single VSO Project, but represent a number of products beneath it. The way to handle that now in Aha is to set up a web-hook for each product in Aha, and then create a subscription in VSO that fil...
Alex Bartlow over 8 years ago in Azure DevOps Services and Server 1 Unlikely to implement

Allow two-way integration for picklist fields in Azure DevOps when using the XML process model

This idea is a variation on https://big.ideas.aha.io/ideas/AFME-I-2, but the general use case is the same. I've been asked by Aha support to make a separate idea specifically for those using the XML process model, since this has supposedly been fi...
Tessa Adair about 3 years ago in Azure DevOps Services and Server 0 Future consideration

Nested Iteration Paths with VSO / Visual studio team services integration

We have the same VSO project for many products in Aha. We would like the ability to have child iterations for releases so we can group them together in our queries. Current integration only allows us to go 1 level deep in the iteration path. Our...
Josh Wayne almost 6 years ago in Azure DevOps Services and Server 0 Already exists