Connect to data
Adding data to your site is the first step to analysing data, and analysing your data is why you're here! Connect to data directly from Tableau Online by uploading files, connecting to web-based data sources, or using a Dashboard Starter. You can also publish data to your site using Tableau Desktop.
Sometimes finding the right data to help evaluate a BI solution is hard. Downloading these CSV files and uploading them to your trial site can help. Don't worry. We’ve chosen some fun ones for you to explore.
Once downloaded, go to your site, click Create workbook and upload one of the files. You'll be able to start asking data questions right away.
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Creating a workbook allows you to share live data and interactive dashboards with team members while ensuring your data remains up to date and secure. You either build a workbook directly in your Tableau Online site or build it in Tableau Desktop and publish it to your site. Learn how:
Share your trial site
You’re not the only one in your organisation who needs powerful and intuitive analytics. Don’t keep it all to yourself. It’s time to begin adding users to your Tableau Online trial site. Add up to 25 users to your Tableau Online trial site and empower your team to browse, publish, edit content and collaborate around trusted data. When you purchase Tableau Online, you can add thousands!Add new users
Access your analytics anywhere
On the go? Take your data with you. Use the Tableau mobile app to access your data wherever you are, whenever you need it, on whatever device you have with you.
Projects help you hold and organise related resources. Often, site admins create high-level projects tied to your company’s organisational structure (i.e. by department). Teams in each department can then create sub-projects with designated project leaders.
Group users together
Often, similarly situated people in your organisation will need access to the same kinds of content. For example, the Finance team usually need to access the same data sources and workbooks. Arrange users into groups according to what they’ll need to do.
The power of the Tableau Community
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