Visual Studio Tips and Tricks

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Find References and Changes With CodeLens

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CodeLens is available only in Visual Studio Ultimate, but it provides some really cool features. If you have Visual Studio Ultimate, you can enable and configure CodeLens under Tools->Options->Text Editor->All Languages->CodeLens.

You can see the Test Status, References, Authors, Changes and associated TFS work items from within the Text Editor

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