VSTS integration includes Acceptance Criteria

For successful product management and development, User Stories and Acceptance Criteria are key.  We want our Product Owners defining not only the user story (requirement) but also the associated acceptance criteria within Aha!.  This information would then flow over to VSTS with the feature and populate the VSTS system field, eliminating the need to do dual entry in Aha! and VSTS.  High value.

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  • Sep 28 2016
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  • Feb 26, 2018

    Admin Response

    We have launched enhanced VSTS and TFS integrations. These integrations will allow you to map standard and custom fields in Aha! to VSTS and TFS to capture acceptance criteria along with several other new capabilities including the ability to:

    • Set record mappings for Aha! initiatives, releases, master features, features, and requirements and link them to nearly any corresponding record type
    • Map default or custom fields in Aha! to any “like” field and specify which direction the updates should flow (e.g. from Aha! or from VSTS/TFS)
    • Automatically send outgoing changes from Aha! or choose to review and approve them
    • Import records directly from VSTS and TFS to make getting started in Aha! easy
    Check out the blog post for more details.
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  • Elaine Geier commented
    September 29, 2016 15:31

     Elaine - I see where user stories would be entered but I do not see where you add your acceptance criteria.

  • Andrew Barber commented
    January 30, 2018 16:21

    This is pivotal in our workflow it will save a unbelievable amount of time having to cross reference between the two systems. Can not come quick enough. 

  • Luz Lopez commented
    July 30, 2018 16:07

    I have created a custom field for Acceptance Criteria, and it does integrate, the only problem is that it pulls the text field from VSTS and it inserts it to Aha! as HTML content...Can you help me figure out what the issue here might be? I verified that both are created as text fields. 

    Thank you