#10 Tableau Desktop 10.5 Updates

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Rename workbooks on Tableau Online or Tableau Server

The latest Tableau Desktop 10.5 Update is utterly awesome. Now you can rename workbooks on Tableau online or Tableau server, like butter!

There’s no need to republish workbooks just to rename them. Now you can rename workbooks directly on Tableau Online or Tableau Server. When you do, workbook URLs remain the same, so any links you’ve shared keep working. Navigate to the main Workbooks area, click the pop-up menu in the upper-right corner of a workbook, and select Rename. To rename a workbook, users need the Save permission. You’ll have that by default for workbooks you own, but you might need to add it for other users. For details, see View or Edit Permission Rules in Help for Tableau site administrators.

Read more at https://www.tableau.com/support/releases/desktop/10.5

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#9 Tableau Desktop 10.5 Updates

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Tableau Desktop 10.5 update offers custom messages and the ability to subscribe users in groups

Subscribe users in groups, and add custom messages

To quickly subscribe several users, you can select entire groups created by your Tableau administrator. Each user in a group is subscribed independently, so the list of recipients remains fully customizable. You can also add custom messages to subscription emails, clarifying their contents. For more information, see Subscribe to Views.

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#9 Tableau Desktop 10.5 Updates

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Tableau Desktop 10.5 update offers custom messages and the ability to subscribe users in groups

Subscribe users in groups, and add custom messages

To quickly subscribe several users, you can select entire groups created by your Tableau administrator. Each user in a group is subscribed independently, so the list of recipients remains fully customizable. You can also add custom messages to subscription emails, clarifying their contents. For more information, see Subscribe to Views.

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#8 Tableau Desktop 10.5 Updates

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Upload custom images for user profiles

Tableau desktop 10.5 updates offer images for user profiles! Finally!

By default, users and groups now have profile images that reflect their first two initials. To help you visually distinguish between profile types, user images are circular, while group images are square. User profiles support custom images. To upload one, go to your account settings page, and click the current image or initials next to your name. If your organization uses Active Directory, default profile images come from that system. But two-letter images may briefly appear until Active Directory next synchronizes with your Tableau server.

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#8 Tableau Desktop 10.5 Updates

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Upload custom images for user profiles

Tableau desktop 10.5 updates offer images for user profiles! Finally!

By default, users and groups now have profile images that reflect their first two initials. To help you visually distinguish between profile types, user images are circular, while group images are square. User profiles support custom images. To upload one, go to your account settings page, and click the current image or initials next to your name. If your organization uses Active Directory, default profile images come from that system. But two-letter images may briefly appear until Active Directory next synchronizes with your Tableau server.

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#7 Tableau Desktop 10.5 Updates

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New in Web Authoring

Web authoring is your front end changes in Tableau Online and Tableau Server. Here you can see they are opening the door more and more to the web authoring capabilities. Tableau Desktop 10.5 updates really pack a big punch!

  • Edit axes on the web. To open the Edit Axis dialog box on the web, double-click an axis in the view. Options available from the Edit Axis dialog box include Synchronize dual axes, clearing the axis range (Reset), and editing tick marks. You can also enable or disable Dual axis in a field context menu (right-click a measure field on Rows or Columns shelf).
  • Add text objects to dashboards and edit them.
  • Edit worksheet and dashboard titles. Double-click the title to open the Edit Title dialog box.
  • Edit trend lines and view a description of the trend model. To view the trend model, hover over any…

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#7 Tableau Desktop 10.5 Updates

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New in Web Authoring

Web authoring is your front end changes in Tableau Online and Tableau Server. Here you can see they are opening the door more and more to the web authoring capabilities. Tableau Desktop 10.5 updates really pack a big punch!

  • Edit axes on the web. To open the Edit Axis dialog box on the web, double-click an axis in the view. Options available from the Edit Axis dialog box include Synchronize dual axes, clearing the axis range (Reset), and editing tick marks. You can also enable or disable Dual axis in a field context menu (right-click a measure field on Rows or Columns shelf).
  • Add text objects to dashboards and edit them.
  • Edit worksheet and dashboard titles. Double-click the title to open the Edit Title dialog box.
  • Edit trend lines and view a description of the trend model. To view the trend model, hover over any…

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