Tableau 9.3
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Self-Service at Scale

Empower your organization with new tools for content discovery, governance, and management.

Search now shows you the most popular workbooks and views first.

Find popular workbooks and views by seeing how many views they have received.

Changes didn’t work out like you planned? Don’t worry! Just download the
old version and keep going with Workbook Revision History for Tableau Server.

Project leaders can now change owners, run refresh schedules, and move content.


Share and keep data fresh with better workflows and seamless connections.

It’s easier to publish, keep your data fresh, and stay connected
with the new Publish Data Source flow.

Sign into Tableau Online on your mobile device and stay signed in.
Enjoy hassle free access, thanks to Automatic Sign In.

Publish your Tableau dashboards faster. Tableau Desktop remembers your Tableau Online
or Tableau Server connection and signs you in to the last server you used.


Getting started with your data should be fast, no matter where it lives or how it looks.

Combine data that have been split across multiple files or tables into a single Tableau data source.
Excel or text-based data sources only.

Connect directly to Snowflake Elastic Data Warehouse. Snowflake makes it easy
for any organization to scale their data and analytics on demand

You can now preview Tableau extracts and Web Data Connector data sources
on the Data Source page. Manage metadata there as well.

Now, right in the data grid, you can create groups and bins. Refine your data where you can see it.

When you pivot data, Tableau creates new columns. Now you can join on those columns and
use these fields for new data integration and analysis.

Fast and Easy

The little things matter. We listen to your feedback, to make Tableau a more delightful experience.

We’ve added postal codes for 39 European countries, districts in India, and US demographic data layers for 2016. We’ve also updated postal codes for UK, France, Germany, and the US.

Tableau automatically selects the best season length to help you forecast odd seasonal patterns and irregular time-series. You can also forecast values ordered by an integer dimension.

Tableau is better equipped to take advantage of high-DPI displays on Windows computers.

Separate your totals, subtotals and grand totals by excluding them from color-encoding.

Make your worksheets easier to identify and group by adding color to the
sheet tabs in the sheet-sorter and filmstrip views.