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Prioritize your roadmap and backlog with confidence
Prioritize and objectively make highly-informed product decisions with the best prioritization frameworks available on airfocus while your development team maintains their existing workflows on Azure DevOps.
Focus on the right things to build by visualizing the importance of your Azure DevOps issues, epics and tasks on a matrix to help you make high impact prioritization and tradeoff decisions. The visualization enables you to allocate the time, effort and resources required to complete tasks.
Collaborate on strategy and build better products faster
airfocus is built to power remote team collaboration. Priority Poker is the easiest way to involve all relevant stakeholders into the prioritization process, ensuring that you win the buy-in with tech leads and other stakeholders.
Make airfocus your home for all things prioritization and roadmapping.
Import Azure DevOps items into airfocus
Import Azure DevOps items (issues, epics, and tasks) into airfocus and keep the two tools synced. Preserve existing software development processes on Azure DevOps while your product managers use airfocus to prioritize and roadmap.
Push airfocus items into Azure DevOps
Push airfocus items into Azure DevOps as issues, epics, and tasks. The software development team can easily refer to the original feature to understand the context around business values and priorities.
Choose between one-way or two-way sync for your Azure DevOps integration. Keep fields synced and up-to-date between both systems including dates, titles, lanes, and labels. You can also display the Azure DevOps item description as 'read-only' in airfocus.
Map your Azure DevOps states to airfocus lanes, to always be up-to-date in both systems. You can filter by project and area, and use Azure DevOps' item search to narrow down the items you want to import.
Use mapping to define how information in Azure DevOps should be mapped to information in airfocus. You can also map multiple Azure DevOps states to one airfocus lane.
Integrate multiple Azure DevOps projects
Configure multiple Azure DevOps integrations to push different items to different Azure DevOps projects. To integrate multiple Azure DevOps projects with the same airfocus workspace, simply set up an additional Azure DevOps project/integration.
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