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Azure DevOps Server

Bot by Cisco Systems

Azure DevOps Server

Check in on projects, code, and work items with the Azure DevOps Server bot for Webex Teams.

Check in on projects, code, and work items with the Azure DevOps Server bot for Webex Teams.
Bot by Cisco Systems

Your repositories, at a glance. With the Azure DevOps Server bot for Webex Teams, you can easily stay on top of the latest changes happening in your repositories as you and your team keep the flow state steady.

Note: To set up workflows, you must be a project administrator for your Azure DevOps Server account. (Looking for the Azure DevOps Services bot for Webex Teams?)

Connect the Azure DevOps Server bot to your spaces to receive notifications such as:

  • Pull Request Created, Updated, or Merge Attempted
  • Release Deployment Started, Completed, or Approval Pending
  • Work Item Created, Restored, Updated, or Deleted
  • Work Item Comment Added
  • Build Completed
  • Code Checked In
  • Commit Pushed

To get started, go to your selected Webex Teams space, then type "@" and select Azure DevOps Server, followed by the command: help.

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Your repositories, at a glance. With the Azure DevOps Server bot for Webex Teams, you can easily stay on top of the latest changes happening in your repositories as you and your team keep the flow state steady.

Note: To set up workflows, you must be a project administrator for your Azure DevOps Server account. (Looking for the Azure DevOps Services bot for Webex Teams?)

Connect the Azure DevOps Server bot to your spaces to receive notifications such as:

  • Pull Request Created, Updated, or Merge Attempted
  • Release Deployment Started, Completed, or Approval Pending
  • Work Item Created, Restored, Updated, or Deleted
  • Work Item Comment Added
  • Build Completed
  • Code Checked In
  • Commit Pushed

To get started, go to your selected Webex Teams space, then type "@" and select Azure DevOps Server, followed by the command: help.