Tableau Online updates
With Tableau Online, you're always on the latest, most-advanced version of Tableau. We take care of all the updates, monitoring and infrastructure maintenance so you don't have to. But it's still important to keep informed about what’s happening. This page will help you plan for any occurrences that may affect your Tableau Online site. Below you'll find informational resources to make you aware of any upcoming events.
Not a Tableau Online administrator? Please see the following resource pages:
Tableau Online status
Visit the Tableau Trust site to learn more about the current status of your Tableau Online environment and upcoming scheduled maintenance.
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Do more in the browser
With Tableau Online 2019.4, you can create extracts, edit tooltips, change map backgrounds and styles, and create tables with up to 50 columns directly from the browser.
Ask Data improvements
In 2019.4, admins will now have the flexibility to enable or disable Ask Data as the default site setting, helping ensure users are only using Ask Data on a subset of curated data sources. We’ve also integrated categorised suggestions to help users understand the various types of analytical questions that can be asked. Additionally, calculating year-over-year metrics has never been easier. Simply type “YoY profit growth” to quickly answer critical questions of your data.
Known issues & release notes
Unusual behaviour or issues with Tableau Online may be caused by a known issue with the product or a third-party change in data delivery. These known issues are listed on the Tableau Support Known issues site.
When an issue is corrected, it will appear in the release notes for Tableau Online.
Many known issues and their possible workarounds are documented in the Tableau Support Knowledge Base, which also contains solutions for common problems and suggestions on how to use Tableau Online.