The first Weekly Digest of December 2017!
There are plenty of great things to come: Project Maestro, Tableau 10.5, a new Think Data Thursday, more features and more of YOU!
PS: Could you please bring me some snow, in a jar? There is none in Dublin at the moment! I might be able to grow some snow in my garden right?
+ The Tableau 10.5 beta is available. Interested in beta testing the next version of Tableau? Explore all the features on the Coming Soon page, including mapping updates, Viz in Tooltip, Hyper, Linux, and more!
Sign up today to take part in the Beta by following this link: Tableau Pre-Release Programs | Tableau Software.
The Beta Developer Tools announced at Tableau Conference may also be found online in the Developer Preview here: Tableau's Developer Tools & APIs
You can learn more and sign up today for this online webinar here: Jump Start Visualizing Your Survey Data Using Tableau
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+ New Amazon Web Services Data Center in Oregon!
Last year we announced Tableau Online was running on Amazon Web Services in the Eastern United States.
Now, we’re deepening our relationship with AWS and increasing the choices we’re able to offer our customers by launching a new US-West (Oregon) data center!
+ We’re excited to release the first beta of Project Maestro, a new approach for combining and cleaning data.
We’re rethinking data prep, to give you an intuitive experience that’s visual, direct, and deeply integrated with the rest of Tableau. With Project Maestro, you have the context to work faster and with more confidence.
Discover the three big focus areas that we’re investing in to help you with your data challenges: Now in beta: Visual data prep with Project Maestro
This week, Dilyana Suleymanova asked a question regarding shadow between the min and the max value of a Gantt chart.
That's a neeeew challenge for Alvino Vaz: he took some screenshots and created a how-to guide for Dilyana. The result? A detailed and correct answer + a delighted user!
Alvino, thanks a lot for stepping in *fist bump*
▲ Top Voted Idea
Recently, Samantha Miller was suggesting that her users could do with a new feature for the Story points: to create a Story line with the ability to pull in dashboards that they have access to, and develop a comprehensive overview of what happened.
I think that's a very exciting and interesting idea!
Our Storytelling Product Manager, Jewel Loree is actually chatting with her so they can enhance Tableau even more.
Please input your own ideas and suggestions, we would love to hear from you
▲ Other news
I don't want to push it again, but... Christmas!!
Check out Tyler Garrett's viz that I spotted this week. Would you be able to recreate it? That's the challenge. Good luck!
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