You can do this with Tableau Server and batch file which would render the report once as a PDF for each Category value.
You'd use our command-line tool "TabCmd" to do this:
tabcmd get "/views/WorkbookName/DashboardName.pdf?Category=<somevaluegoeshere>" -f "Report for <some value goes here>.pdf"
Essentially, you'd just run tabcmd over and over again with a different Category value and a different output filename.
Hope this helps!
Is it possible to batch print a dashboard using the desktop version of Tableau? I would print via the "pages" shelf but I end up with a lot of blank spots in my visualization because data does not exist for all datapoints. The attached is a PDF showing how my table looks when using the "pages" shelf and when using a filter.
In the past I have created a single value filter and changed my filter one-by-one. That got old, fast. I have 300 pages and I'm looking for the fastest way to create 300 unique PDFs without the blank spaces associated with the pages shelf.
Any ideas would be greatly appreciated.