In the View Change Set pane, select files to check in and click Commit.Add a change set comment, then click OK in the Commit dialog.Within these tabs is a “Links” tab: Now, click this “Links” tab, to see any changesets (or test results, or other work items) that have already been associated with this work item: From here, you can click “Add” and choose Changeset from the Link type dropdown list.Enter the number of the changeset and a comment, and voila. For running these extensions the installation of Visual Studio Professional is required. This package was written as part of a job at Experis.Lately, I’ve had a few occasions in Team Foundation Server, where I’ve checked in a bunch of code and forgotten to associate the files with a work item.Not a huge deal, but I like to have my changes grouped-up by the bug or work item, so it’s been worthwhile for me to make the association.
Linking a changeset to one or more work items after the initial check-in is really easy, although it's not too intuitive.
The easiest way that I’ve found to accomplish this is to open your bug or work item in TFS and scan about a third of the way down the page to a group of tabs.