not without a funky workaround.
is there a reason you don't want to just export them into a new workbook for that purpose?
Thanks for your reply.
The question is: is it possible to create a new workbook that contain only dashboards from other, different, workbook?
All the dashboards must be dynamically connected to the source workbooks.
In fact, any change in the "source" dashboards must be reflected and updated in the "destination" dashboards.
Is this possible?
And if yes, how?
as noted this wouldn't be standard functionality yet have a look here:
This method would probably work for what you are trying to do.
May you expalin better your solution?
I've not understood what means "
Create on disk that 6 separate pdfs...
Use tabcmd get or tabcmd export command line tool to generate yours pdfs then blend them in a single file.
Search on the forum for tabcmd and pdf, there are tons of posts.
To use tabcmd, is mandatory to have a Tableau Server account?
You can do something outstanding, but it depends if you want to print that final pdf or use it only on screen.
Let assume that the final layout is 2X3 aka
[ D1 ][ D2 ]
[ D3 ][ D4 ]
[ D5 ][ D6 ]
Then the workflow will be:
1. use tabcmd command line tool and export the dashboard as png; use undocumented :size parameter.
2 . use imagemagick (ImageMagick: Install from Binary Distribution) and blend all that .png files in a bigger one
3. convert final png image as pdf.
Hope this helps.