2 Replies Latest reply on Oct 14, 2016 12:35 AM by Tableau kumar

    Create Hyperlink within the dashboard to focus on the sheet

    Jeffrey Chan

      HI,

       

      May i ask is there a way that we can create an hyperlink within the dashboard so that when click on it , it will scroll down to focus on the target worksheets in a dahboard?

      For example : we have 23 chart after and other, and we don;t want to scroll so much , is there any idea how we can simplify so that user can quickly view on the target chart.

        • 1. Re: Create Hyperlink within the dashboard to focus on the sheet
          ra.sae.0

          Hi Jeffrey,

           

          Tableau does not give the feature now.

           

          My quick suggestion is to have those charts on different dashboards, so when you click on a Dashboard, it will take you to the other dashboard.

           

          "Add Filter" on Dashboard > Actions.

           

          Hope this helps.

          • 2. Re: Create Hyperlink within the dashboard to focus on the sheet
            Tableau kumar

            Yes,

             

            We can navigate from 1 Dashboard to another Dashboard.

             

            Tableau Public

             

            Navigating from one Dashboard to another.

             

            1) Create a Report with Region, Sales fields and Name it as "Region Sales"

             

            2) Create another Report with State, Sales Fields and Name it as "State Sales"

            3) Create a Dashboard by click on Dashboard on menu bar, then click on "Create New Dashboard", Right click on Dashboard at footer level then Rename as " Region Sales Dashboard". Then Drag "Region Sales" report into work area.

            4) Create a Dashboard by click on Dashboard on menu bar, then click on "Create New Dashboard", Right click on Dashboard at footer level then Rename as " State Sales Dashboard". Then Drag "State Sales" report into work area.

            5) Now there are 2 Dashboards .

            6) Go to  "Region Sales Dashboard" menu bar  then click on "Action" , then on "Filter"

            7) Select "Region Sales" as Source Sheet from Region Sales Dashboard, "State Sales" as Target Sheet from .State Sales Dashboard.

            8) Select Run on as "Select"

            9) Click on "OK".

            10) Click on any of the Region in   "Region Sales"  report, then we can see selected Region related Data in the

            "State Sales".

             

             

            Best Regards

            Kumar