I dont believe that there is an easy way to achieve this.
However, the information that you are after is contained within the Postgres DB.
It is a simple matter to allow access to this DB, and create a Dashboard that shows this information.
See the article below.
You only require for your Tableau Server Admin to allow this (if they havent already)
User Filters could be added so that you can only see information about reports that you have generated (if they are worried about you seeing stuff that you shouldn't)
Hope this helps
You sure can although it's probably unsupported and you'll have to do this every time you upgrade Tableau Server.
The workbook is located, assuming you have a default install, in the following folder:
C:\Program Files\Tableau\Tableau Server\9.3\wgserver\z5\WEB-INF\admin\views.twb
Your tableau admin will have to enable access to Tableau's internal postgres database and edit the connection information to reflect the new user, either Tableau or readonly. The dimension your looking for is [System Users Friendly Name].
If I asked my Tableau Server admin to this he would laugh at me! If I asked him to create a workbook, after enabling read only, with the relevant information filtered down to where I'm the owner of the workbook I think I could bribe him with some enchiladas and we would do it. Especially after I showed him the following awesomeness, which takes care of most the work:
P.S. I'm the admin
You might like this:
It's a report that uses the Tableau db so it doesn't directly address your issue, however, this provides the details you need. Some of my users use this to insure people are viewing the reports like they're supposed to (not just saying they did ).