What I meant was the "Views: All" part on the picture below.
Every time I open a wookbook for testing purpose it gets counted as page view and it could give other users an impression that the report is getting popular among other users.
I was wondering if I could exclude myself from being counted on this "Views: All" number.
It's a pity that this count is also not available for customizing...
You can find the counts by user account in "Who has seen this view?" and get the view counts by excluding your own views.
However I suppose what you need is
visiting each of your workbook and find the counts individually,
have the counts showing in the workbook list.
Still, your alternatives could be
- create a workbook using Tableau Repository, see Collect Data with the Tableau Server Repository
- or another vote
Yes, you are right. Knowing the "correct" pv count is not what I want. I just want to avoid giving other users false indication that the report I heavily tested is popular.
Well, it will wear off eventually as "real" accesses stack up more.
A bad idea comes to me, without testing if it works.
create a temporary user account for test view, and removed this account after testing.