Working With Views and Feeds → Using Activity Views → Creating Activity Feeds
You can create activity feeds that show work items for a set of search criteria from all applications or a single application. You can create private feeds or feeds that you can share with other users.
Use feed criteria to filter the list of work items as needed. Data returned by feeds is dependent on each user's privileges to view and work with items.
To create an activity feed:
Select a single application from which work items will be returned.
If this option is selected, work items that meet the rest of the feed criteria are returned from all applications, depending on the feed creation point. For example, if you create the feed for a view in an application group, work items from all applications in that group are returned.
Select to return work items from selected projects, and then select the projects.
To add a single project, hover over the project, and then click the Plus sign.
To add a project and all of its subprojects, hover over the parent project, and then click the check mark ().
You can also add parent projects, and then select the Include sub-projects check box.
Select to return work items from user's the preferred projects list.
Select to return work items from any project within the feed's application context.
Select to return items owned by the user viewing the feed.
Choose to return items owned by a specific set of groups () or users ().
Select to return items owned by any user.
Submitter in Chad Release Engineer
Submit Date > Starrtof_thisyear
Returns work items that Chad Release Manager submitted AND the submit date is greater than the start of the current year.
Provide a name for your feed.
Set the feed as private or public. Private feeds are visible only to the author; public feeds can be viewed by others users, but only the author and administrators can modify public feeds.
Text provided here is shown to users when they select feeds for their views.
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