With Tableau's automatic layouts in the 2019.1 release, now every new dashboard includes a mobile layout for a phone or tablet. But there's even more ways to optimize those dashboards for your audience. Here's tips from Zen Master, Bridget Cogley.
Tableau is an outlier in the world of BI. Unlike so many tools, it really focuses on making the analytical journey a joy. It’s easy to get lost in the analysis and realize all the findings you have.
But once you learn this (or anything else in Tableau), how do you get others to do it? How do you increase adoption or spread this like wildfire?
You’ve done it. You’ve bought Tableau Desktop licenses, maybe even Tableau Server! You’re itching to get others on board and ready to toss out the old BI process and implement Tableau. Hooray! Now, where do you start?
I didn’t start my career in anything remotely close to this field. No, I went into American Sign Language interpreting and spent a good bit of time with a startup. Somehow, I ended up here. If you’re an oddball like me, this is what I wished I’d heard earlier.