Tasktop for Microsoft 

Tasktop provides industry-leading support for Microsoft Visual Studio and Team Foundation Server with both Tasktop Sync and Tasktop Dev products.

Tasktop has a strong working relationship with Microsoft, delivering Tasktop Dev for Visual Studio and Tasktop Sync for TFS. Organizations needing to connect development, quality assurance, and project management to dramatically increase collaboration and traceability can take advantage of Tasktop Sync, Tasktop's server-based integration hub. Through Tasktop Sync, Microsoft TFS users can bi-directionally synchronize work items and defects between TFS and other ALM and QA systems, such as HP Quality Center. Additionally, through Tasktop Dev, developers using the Eclipse IDE can bring TFS work items and defects into Eclipse as first-class citizens. Also, through Tasktop Dev, Visual Studio users can bring artifacts from over 70+ Agile ALM systems into the Visual Studio IDE.

Spotlight on Tasktop, Microsoft Partner


Tasktop Sync solves many of the common road blocks to integration for teams using TFS, such as lack of cross-lifecycle transparency and complex integration process by offering bi-directional integration of artifacts from Microsoft TFS with other systems, such as HP Quality Center and IBM Rational Team Concert. To learn more, watch a brief Microsoft Spotlight on Tasktop Technologies, below, or watch one of Tasktop's webinars demonstrating common integration patterns for Microsoft TFS, JIRA, HP Quality Center and IBM Rational Team Concert (RTC).

Tasktop Dev offers IDE-based integration of Microsoft products for Visual Studio or Eclipse IDE. Tasktop for Visual Studio brings Eclipse Mylyn's task list and 70+ ALM connectors into the Microsoft Visual Studio IDE, along with additional functionality, such as ability to work with tasks, track and report time, integrate Outlook email with the task list, and track web pages and documents associated with each task.
Tasktop Dev allows Visual Studio users to access artifacts from over 70+ ALM tools directly from the Microsoft Visual Studio IDE. Benefits from additional functionality include working with tasks, ability to track and report time, integrating Outlook email with the task list, and tracking web pages and documents associated with each task.