How to push code to TFS using Visual Studio?

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19.05.2020
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TFS

TFS is an acronym for Team Foundation Server which is widely used with Visual Studio. We can directly use the Visual Studio to push code to Team Foundation Server using some simple steps.

Steps

Step 1: Open the Visual Studio editor.
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Step 2: Choose any team project:
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Step 3: Next is to use your account URL and credentials to connect to TFS:
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Sign in to your Microsoft account:
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Step 4: Now you need to map your local project folder with the repository, like below:
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Step 5: Now you can add files and folders to your local project like below:
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Step 6: Now, we need to check in the project for the additional changes:
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Step 7: You can see the successful message after completion:
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Step 8: Now you can check if all the changes are uploaded in TFS by looking at the time in the “Last Change” column:
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