If a dashboard is set to automatically fit the space within a window, it scales differently for each viewer’s screen or window size. If a dashboard is set to a larger fixed size, scroll bars appear for users viewing it on smaller screens. If you want to ensure that the dashboard appears with a consistent layout that works well on a variety of screen sizes, you can specify the size you want.
Automatic - the dashboard automatically resizes to fill the application window. This is the default behavior.
Exactly - the dashboard always remains a fixed size. If the dashboard is larger than the window; the dashboard becomes scrollable.
At Least - the dashboard automatically resizes to fill the application window, but will not scale smaller than a specified minimum size.
With the dashboard open in Tableau Desktop, in the Dashboard window on the left, and in the Dashboard section, select a new Size setting from the drop-down list.
Hi, thanks for your reply. I changed the setting to Automatic. But it still cuts off the dashboard on smartphone. When i change the setting to Range, it looks awful on the desktop as the measurements specific to mobile are too small to be displayed well on the desktop.
I am using Tableau Public. It's a free version. Do you think it could be a licensing issue?
No it wont be a licensing issue.