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Managing Team Projects in Team Explorer

If you are a project lead or administrator, you can create new team projects using the New Team Project Wizard and an available process template. After the team project is created, you can use Team Explorer to set the initial organizational structure and process hierarchy for the project. As the team project progresses, you may need to make further modifications to the project structure and iterations to reflect new features, other organizational changes, or greater project complexity.

In This Section

New Team Project Wizard

Describes the purpose and general organization of the wizard that creates a new team project.

How to: Create a Team Project

Explains the steps for using the New Team Project wizard to create a new team project.

Setting Initial Project Areas or Iterations

Describes the structure and life cycle of a newly created team project.

How to: Modify the Team Project Areas

Explains the steps to change the organization or structure of a team project.

How to: Modify the Team Project Iterations

Explains the steps to change the process hierarchy of a team project.

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