Not that I am aware of..
make sure the solution below helps.
All credits are Joe Mako who created this technique. I'm looking for the item so find I share here.
The solution consists of a to create a parameter with two options: view or not display the spreadsheet / chart you want. Then you create a calculated field with the contents of your display parameter = yes. This field will calculated as a filter in your spreadsheet, what time do not want to display time.
The final trick is to place a container, vertically or horizontally on your dashboard, and put the graphics there, which will appear to have according to the parameter, and below.
In my example, I have a measure of control in this dashboard, which determines whether or not will display the Line Graph (Evolução Semanal in Portuguese)
1 - Show weekly progress chart. Check that the right parameter "Evolução Semanal? "(Evolution of the Week?) is equal to "Sim" (Yes)
2 - Do not show the weekly evolution chart
3 - Parameter
5 - Filter in the spreadsheet = Yes
6 - Filter in the spreadsheet = No
Dynamic Dashboard Size.twbx 1.8 MB
Not exactly what I was trying to accomplish....but I think as close as I can get with the capabilities of Tableau. Thanks for your help, I can make that work for what I am trying to do.
It would be interesting you forward an explanatory screen or print the file so that we can understand better.