In Tableau Desktop and Tableau Server, the Japanese translation of the count distinct abbreviation (CNTD) was incorrect.
Upgrading Tableau Server, when configured to use SSL for communication with the internal repository database, sometimes failed on a non-English operating system. The issue also sometimes occurred when first configuring Tableau Server to use SSL for internal repository database communication.
In some cases in Tableau Server, trying to create a new project resulted in an error.
In Tableau Desktop, Tableau Online, and Tableau Server, incremental extract refreshes via command line or the Tableau Online Sync Client were incorrectly run as full extract refreshes.
In Tableau Server, certain views containing Measure Names with "Show Empty Rows/Columns" enabled failed to render on initial load.
In Tableau Server, when you published to a project with locked permissions, users were still able to edit group permissions in the Tableau Desktop publish dialog. Subsequently attempting to publish the workbook resulted in an error: "Cannot publish with modified permissions. Permissions are locked in the project you are publishing to. To publish this workbook, use the default permissions and try again."
In web authoring on Tableau Server, when viewing the calendar control for a date filter, Sundays were missing and dates did not line up with the correct days.
In Tableau Desktop, certain workbooks created prior to version 9.0 performed worse when opened in newer versions due to changes in query generation.
In Tableau Server, when two dashboard sheets used the same field for color assignment, they sometimes displayed different colors after refreshing or updating the dashboard (e.g. after changing a filter).
In Tableau Desktop and Tableau Server, Oglala Lakota county (previously Shannon county) in South Dakota wasn't recognized in geocoded views.