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We have an organization within Azure DevOps and many projects within. I have started to tag projects. I'd like to be able to search tags and list the projects that have that specific tag in the project details.

I've found how to search for all the work items with a specific tag, but is there a way to search for projects specifically?

  • We kind have found a work around. I don't like it one bit, but it will kinda work. Add a dummy task to a project and add the tag there... then you can search that way, but it seems like a very shoddy solution. – Rob Nov 19 '18 at 12:28
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Navigate to the home screen of VSTS (https://your-organization.visualstudio.com/_projects)

From there, type in the tag you'd like to search in the "Search code in this organization"

You will be redirected to a page with three tabs: code, tags, and wiki

Click on the tags tab and every work item, regardless of project, will show up in a list for you to view.

From there, you should see a drop down on the far left with all the projects that include that tag, with the ability to toggle view on/off based on which projects you'd like to see in view.

Hope this helps!

  • This seems to only search work items. I'm wondering if you can search the projects that you've added tags to (in the Project-About section) – Rob Oct 22 '18 at 17:33
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Create area paths that represent the workstreams you'll ultimately want to sort against. In this way you'll be able to look at a particular path, which will show all projects within.

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The Azure DevOps extension Tags Manager may work for your needs. Docs declare you can perform the following operations with each Azure Devops Project:

  • CRUD tags
  • Search tags

If you don't want to install this extension into your Azure Devops instance, another alternative is the Visual Studio extension Tag Admin for Visual Studio 2017.

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