You can read CoEnterprise | Blog - Tiling Like Magic in Tableau and see if this solution will work for you. It won't hide the original sheets, but it'll let you drill down and make sheets appear from filters.
Hope this helps!
Thank you for the link. I can move from one one sheet to the next (as implemented in the above attached .twbx file) but since I can't hide the original sheets, my dashboard becomes very busy. I need more space for my time series graphs but since I can not hide the original sheets, my time series becomes cluttered.
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So (as far as I know) we aren't able to collapse the sheet we use as a filter (which makes sense...how would we unselect the filter?!!)
One way to do this, would be to use different dashboards...and pass the actions between them.
In the attached, I've set up the usa_map on the first dashboard, and set up this action to the second dashboard...
I've then also added a "back button" (and to give you some ideas, I've also added a small state insert map to the second dashboard, which highlights the selected state). Having 2 dashboards gives us full control over what is shown in each and from the users perspective, they feel like they are in the same dashboard.
Hope that helps and makes sense, but let me know if not
Hi Simon Runc Sir,
trust me you explain it very but .. but a little dilemma in my mind .. If I would publish two dashboard at server then user will see the two instance ..which may confusing .. because he may thing ( at least for a second ) in which dashboard he should click .
so are there any way like .. I will publish both dashboard the only -"PopulationByState" dashboard displayed to the user. Once he click the state then only second dashboard display ..
any clue sir ..
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So one way you can do this...is to add a bit to the URL for the model. In the below the ":tabs=no" part will mean that the tabs aren't shown (but I load up the model with Tabs shown)
So my URL looks something like this...
I give my end user this as the Link, and when they click on the link they land on the "LandingDashboard", and can't see the other dashboards...but can navigate to them via the cross-dashboard actions (this is why the back button is critical to this trick...as the user has no other way to get back)
Ohhh you genius sir ..love you .