Learn about the latest new features of Tableau Desktop, Tableau Server / Online and Tableau Prep Builder!
Find out how the new IN operator can be used in calculations and sets.
Ever wanted to see the content shared with you on Server? Robbin shows you how.
We now have some predictive modelling functions via the calculation interface. Watch to find out more.
Tableau can now export excels and keep a large portion of the formatting. Take a look!
The data model was new in 2020.2, and now in 2020.3, you can build relationship calculations.
For authors, you no longer need to close the workbook for the dynamic parameters to update.
Quickly find certain types of fields using shorthand in the search box.
Set controls continue to get improvements this time with a new setting to preserve context.
Explain data continues to improve to handle more cases, improve explanation scoring, and support relationships.
Make your data even more approachable with new improvements to Ask Data.
You can now set an action to clear parameter actions. Lorna shows you how.
It's now easier to get to the background maps settings directly from the maps drop-down.
You can now set a timezone specific for each Site on your Tableau Server or online.
Animations? Transitions? Of course! And now even smoother and improved.
Since the release of the first Prep Builder you couldn't write back to a database, until now!
If you use web edit a lot, you'll welcome this update which brings filter dialogs to the browser.
Union two spatial datasets of the same kind to make multi-level spatial datasets.
Being able to see quickly what the status of your data source is was already possible in Server & Online, but now also for desktop users!
We all love sets in Tableau Desktop! Now you can also bring them to your server, and your explorers will be able to create and use them!
PDF subscription formats can be changed even after a subscription has been setup.
New in 2020.3 are better more consistent buttons and improved search of sheets when setting up the buttons.