We can move the labels by clicking each label. draw line is not a relevant.
Drawing a line from the label to the data point is very relevant if you have to move the label a long distance to keep it from overlapping other labels, or if there are a number of data points very close together and it's hard to tell which one the label is for.
Is there a way to do this?
How does that work when you update the dataset - will the points move and the label stay in the same place?
I don't think you can put a line from the label to the point.
Is a better customised tool tip an option? Or only showing labels on selection?
There is a way to draw a line (or an arrow) to a data point from a "label", by using mark annotation, rather than just a label for the mark.
Mark annotations can be turned on in bulk by selecting the relevant marks, right clicking and selecting Annotate > Mark.
For more information on Mark Annotations, check out the article in the Tableau Desktop Online Help for Annotations:
Annotations can clutter up a view, but they can also be a great clarifying tool.
Does this help?
That did it! Thanks.
Hi, the link in the answer now sends to a blank page.
Is there any chance you can update it? I'm struggling to find out how to draw the line.