@CurrentIteration Just got smarter

@CurrentIteration was a long awaited feature in TFS/VSTS. It was very exciting when it came along and we could create queries that would work sprint after sprint without having to update at the start of each sprint.

Now they just got better, @CurrentIteration now takes parameters. Pass it a Team to get the current iteration for that team. Which also gives us the ability to reference different current iterations in the same query. And finally, you can now query for past or future iterations just by including +n or –n.

Check out Lauren Brose’s blog for all the details.