About: The Team Coding Visual Studio extension helps discover team members who are working in the same area of a source controlled solution as you. It displays icons on tabs, text in CodeLens is as well as showing a coloured caret where they are working.
Quickstart: There are 2 ways Team Coding can be minimally configured. In the options menu (under Team Coding) where you can also set user settings and/or by opening a repository with a
Settings: The settings are located at Tools->Options->Team Coding. There are configuration options for your user identity (how you appear to others) and how others appear to you, as well as configuration options for how to share open document information with others. Multiple methods can be used at once, you can also add a
User Identity: It tries to get your email address as a user identity from various sources (saved Windows Credentials for GitHub, your logged in identity from Visual Studio, your machine name). This will be made public to your team. It uses Gravatar to get a user image from the email address.
Overview window There is a tool window that allows you to see every user and what documents they've got open in a treeview. To access it use the View->Other Windows->TeamCoding Overview command.
Roadmap: Please report bugs as GitHub issues. Currently sharing options are a shared folder, Redis, Slack, an SQL Server table or via a server application as a windows service or console application. If you want others (along with any other feature requests) please raise them as issues. Supports Git repos and Team Foundation Services / Visual Studio Online for determining what to share as well as a fall-back to sharing purely based on matching solution filenames. In the pipeline a shared-coding experience (multiple users editing the same document(s)).
Reporting Bugs: When reporting bugs (here) please include information from the
Links: GitHub Repo