Team Foundation Server's web portal

The TFS web portal allows you to manage source code, work items, builds, test efforts, machines and test runs.

You can open the web portal from a connected project in Visual Studio or from a web browser using the following URL:


If you use TFS 2018, be aware of its substantial changes:

  • XAML Build has been deprecated. Furthermore, Microsoft Test Manager (MTM) no longer supports XAML builds
  • Using Test Center/Lab Center in MTM for automated testing is no longer supported by TFS, starting with TFS 2018.

Accordingly Build vNext and the Test Hub in the TFS web portal are ideal replacements for respective XAML Build and MTM.(See also: Team Foundation Server 2018 Release Notes)

Creating a build definition and queuing a build
This topic gives you a basic guide on creating a build definition and queuing it in the TFS web portal.

Creating a release definition
This topic gives you a basic guide on creating a release definition in the TFS web portal.

Running automated tests

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