Juri Strumpflohner
Juri Strumpflohner Juri is a full stack developer and tech lead with a special passion for the web and frontend development. He creates online videos for Egghead.io, writes articles on his blog and for tech magazines, speaks at conferences and holds training workshops. Juri is also a recognized Google Developer Expert in Web Technologies

Visual Studio: Where Did My Shelvesets Go?

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Do you use the TFS shelvesets?? I do, not regularly, but from now and then they’re quite useful for staging or even for sharing some unfinished work with others. Well it seems like the VS engineers cannot decided where to put the menu item for the “unshelve” option.

When switching from VS2008 to VS2010 they removed the “Unselve Pending Changes” from the context menu of the Solution Explorer. Instead you had to take the way through the “File” menu

From there a dialog opened presenting all the shelvesets, by default filtered to your own ones:

But where is the unshelve pending changes menu in VS2012?? It disappeared even from the File > Source Control menu! But if you search for a while, you find them in the Find sub-menu option under a slightly different name: “Find Shelvesets”

…which in turn opens the Team Explorer

Hopefully it will now stay where it is.

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