A common requirement when you work on your pipelines would be to name them according to your needs.
By default Azure devops name your pipeline with the buildID and the commit that initiated the build as shown below.
In order to change the name of the pipeline you can use the name keyword.
name: mypipeline trigger: - none pool: vmImage: ubuntu-latest steps: - script: echo Hello, world! displayName: 'Run a one-line script'
Then you will have your custom name in the run of the pipeline.
Also from September 2022 and later, you can also remove the commit message from the title using
So by also adding this option
name: mypipeline appendCommitMessageToRunName: false trigger: - none pool: vmImage: ubuntu-latest steps: - script: echo Hello, world! displayName: 'Run a one-line script'
I will get only my preferred name on the pipeline run.