Don’t See the Preview Features in Azure DevOps – Try It

Don’t See the Preview Features in Azure DevOps – Try It

Azure DevOps provides complete control to manage the newly released preview features. With new public preview features getting released, some of these features are turned off by default, and some are turned on. Therefore, you can take complete control of what you want to have activated and what is not. Managing Preview features in Azure DevOps is very easy. You can control it for yourself or the overall organization as well. Having this control helped the user ensure that any of the previews features creating the problem can be turned off without further impact. Also, we can share directly share the feedback for any specific features as well.

Preview Features in Azure DevOps

The Preview Features Page is available under User Settings >  Preview Features. Once you Select  Preview features, it will bring up the list of all preview features.

Preview Features in Azure DevOps
User Settings >  Preview Features

You can now turned them on or off.

Preview Features in Azure DevOps
Turned them on or off.

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Preview features let us allows to enable the features both for the user level and organization level.

Preview Features in Azure DevOps
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