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When creating a range of dates filter in Tableau Desktop, the slider and type-in boxes in the filter dialog did not allow for seconds to be specified.
When saving a workbook to Tableau Public in Tableau Desktop, the workbook name drop down menu appeared to do nothing.
In Tableau Desktop, attempting to create a conditional extract filter, by formula, on a date field would result in an internal error.
When connected to a published data source in Tableau Desktop, attempting to pivot more than 26 columns in the data grid produced unexpected results.