Hi Shanna- "Story" in Tableau is a collection of views/Dashboards that follows a narrative. It is best used when you want the user to follow certain narrative, explore data and answer questions. It is not ideal to mix things with worksheets/Dashboards and Stories within a workbook.
- In your situation, make use of dashboards effectively, if you don't to show all the sheets at once you can always "swap sheets" using a simple parameter (my favorite technique to include multiple sheets on to a dashboard but show only select few at a time).
- See if you can break the workbook into multiple workbooks, publish them separately, and make use of URL actions to jump from one to another.
- Avoid publishing individual worksheets and incorporate them into dashboards.
Hope this would give you some direction.
Story not added any actions, so better use dashboards in workbook and interact it.
Thanks for explanations.
For your option - - See if you can break the workbook into multiple workbooks, publish them separately, and make use of URL actions to jump from one to another.
I have dashboards published in different workbooks, crated a landing page with a filter, trying to use dynamic URL action to navigate to dashboards from different workbooks, but I was not able to make the dynamic URL action link work with the workbook names and dashboard names as parameters.
Instead, I have to create a lot hyperlink buttons to navigate to dashboards in different workbooks manually. Is there a way to use dynamic URL action to navigate to these dashboards from different workbooks?
Thanks a lot for your help.
IT Metrics & Reporting
Health Care Service Corporation
Could you share some screenshots or sample workbook to better understand the problem?