The Tableau Online Sync Client failed to run scheduled extract refreshes for some data sources published to Tableau Online using Tableau Desktop 10.0. This primarily affected data sources that used username and password authentication to connect to underlying databases as well as data sources containing two or more file-based connections.
In Tableau Server and Tableau Online, the default value for the 'Min View Count' filter in the Traffic to Views administrative view was set too high, and the minimum adjustable value was 30 which was also too high.
Line marks with transparency would sometimes fail to render in browsers on certain high-DPI displays or when the browser window was zoomed.
After publishing to Tableau Server or Tableau Online, parameter slider controls were slightly offset from how they appeared in Tableau Desktop.
Republishing and overwriting an existing workbook on Tableau Online would remove any previous extract refresh schedules for the workbook.
When web authoring, after clicking Save or Done, a "Done Editing" page would appear and you could not return to the page you were on prior to web authoring.
Portions of the Background Tasks for Extracts administrative view in Tableau Server and Tableau Online were cut off, particularly at smaller screen resolutions.
If you previously published a workbook, with a live connection to Microsoft SQL Server and authentication set to "Viewer credentials", and then tried to republish it with an extracted connection, you were not able to publish the workbook unless you renamed the workbook or deleted the existing published workbook from Tableau Server. This issue did not occur when publishing data sources.
In some cases, scheduled Salesforce-based extract refreshes would fail with an error: "com.tableausoftware.nativeapi.dll.DataSourceException:No such column [field name]."