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Public Tableau Dashboards

Parameter Actions, Date Updater, Data-Driven Parameters, and Semiotic Hierarchy dashboard extensions are now supported on Tableau Public. See all of the extensions supported on Tableau Public in the Extension Gallery.

Web authoring on Tableau Public (beta)

Create new visualizations on Tableau Public right from a browser. With web authoring in beta on Tableau Public, you can connect to data in Excel and text-based files including CSV, JSON, PDF, Spatial files, Statistical files, Tableau Data Extracts, and Hyper Extracts.

A dashboard is a collection of several views, letting you compare a variety of data simultaneously. For example, if you have a set of views that you review every day, you can create a dashboard that displays all the views at once, rather than navigate to separate worksheets.

Like worksheets, you access dashboards from tabs at the bottom of a workbook. Data in sheets and dashboards is connected; when you modify a sheet, any dashboards containing it change, and vice versa. Both sheets and dashboards update with the latest available data from the data source.

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