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Tableau Dashboard Cookbook by Jen Stirrup

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Sharing your visualization with the world

In the first recipe, we specified communication as one of the key features of a dashboard. We need to be able to share the information to the right audience, at the right time, and in the right format.

Tableau offers a number of different ways to share the dashboard in order to help team members throughout the organization to track, monitor, and analyze the metrics about their organization, and we will look at these in the current section.

Given that Tableau offers a number of ways to share a dashboard, what is the best way to do this? The best way to decide which method to use to share your information fundamentally rests on the user requirements. These are listed in the following table:

Objective

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