Release History

v1.2.9 (20 May 2014)

  • Incorporated latest API changes
  • Fix for infinite message box issue when connection is lost with server.

v1.2.8 (01 May 2014)

  • Modified logic to show the Team Rooms button in Team Explorer
  • Minor UI fixes

v1.2.7 (23 Mar 2014)

  • Incorporated latest API changes

v1.2.6 (11 Jan 2014)

  • New Features
    • Trends – See what is hot topic in your chat stream, helps you to identify burning issues quickly. You can create new hashtag by prefixing word with ‘#’ character.

    • Instantly search for users

  • Fixes
    • Minor performance improvements
    • UI enhancements

v1.2.5 (29 Nov 2013)

  • New Features
    • New preference to disable system messages.
    • New preference to show tray notification when user in the room mention you. You can disable this option in preferences.

    • You can see hidden rooms now by clicking link in the notification.

  • Fixes
    • Long messages are wrapped in the stream.
    • Small UI improvements.

v1.2.4 (10 Nov 2013)

  • New Features:
    • Support for all Visual Studio themes
    • Support for emoticons emoticon
    • Mention user using @ tag. image
  • Fixes
    • Performance improvements
    • Many minor defect fixes

v1.2.3 (25 Oct 2013)

  • New Features
    • Show progress while loading of messages and users.
    • If a room is inactive and a message arrives then room title will have an asterisk in front of the title.
    • Message input textbox now supports multiline (press Shift + Enter to go to next line).
  • Fixes:
    • Moving tabs from one dock location to other location resulted in Visual Studio crash.
    • Exceptions are no longer annoying resulting in crash. Watch out for new flash panel.

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Utkarsh Shigihalli
Utkarsh Shigihalli
Utkarsh is passionate about software development and has experience in the areas of Azure, Azure DevOps, C# and TypeScript. Over the years he has worked as an architect, independent consultant and manager in many countries including India, United States, Netherlands and United Kingdom. He is a Microsoft MVP and has developed numerous extensions for Visual Studio, Visual Studio Code and Azure DevOps.
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