Change the project visibility, public or private
Azure DevOps Services - Public Projects
You can easily switch a private project to a public project, and vice-versa. Before you do so, review the notes provided in Private-to-public migration checklist.
Look through our migration checklist before you make an existing project public. It has tips and ideas for exposing a limited set of data, in case you don't want your entire history available.
- You must have an Azure DevOps organization created. If you don't have one, do that now.
- As an Azure DevOps organization owner, you can change policies and change project information. If you're not the owner, then you must be a member of the Project Collection Administrators Group.
Enable anonymous access to projects for your organization
Before you can change a private project, to a public project, you must enable anonymous access for your organization.
Choose New navigation if you see a vertical sidebar or if the New Navigation feature is enabled. The vertical sidebar along with other navigational features are enabled when New Navigation has been enabled for the signed-in user or the organization. To learn how to use the web portal effectively, see Web portal navigation.
Choose Previous navigation when you see a top-level, blue-bar and when using the web portal for on-premises TFS.