Tableau user groups (TUGs) are a time for users to meet up and discuss anything Tableau with other enthusiasts in their area. This is a community where you can share best practices, connect with others, and learn new approaches.
TUGs are a great way for you to get involved in the Tableau community in your area. Now you can meet with like-minded users and talk about anything Tableau.
Don’t take our word for it—check out what other user group members have to say about being a part of a user group:
+”It [user groups] revolves around learning different approaches to problems and how others are using Tableau” – Herb Rim; Los Angeles User Group
We have given our TUG page a major makeover in the last few months. Today, it’s easier than ever to find out more about what’s new, what’s different and where you can find helpful links and documents related to the user group community.
+Who should start a user group? Data rockstars who love Tableau. User groups are independent and run by Tableau enthusiasts; not Tableau employees. This gives you the freedom to talk about anything Tableau.