At the present time 16 is the max number - in future releases that will be increased
Sorry but stay tuned for the next update
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My question is regarding,
- working in a "Tableau Online based workbook"
- how does one go about increasing the "Maximum Row & Column Levels"?
- I can't find any Table options in my Online Workbook.
The image I inserted was simply for additional context,
- I know the default for both Tableau "Desktop and Online" based workbooks is 6 Row & Column Levels
- changing the my Row & Column Levels for my "Tableau Desktop based workbook" is straight forward as depicted
- but nowhere am I able to find, a how to increase my Row & Column Levels for my "Tableau Online based workbook"
I trust that you now have a better understanding of what I am having an issue with, namely my "Tableau Online based workbook"
your post above shows the screen where you make the adjustment to 16
A new functionality is in Beta now 2019.4 that will increase the limit to 50 and add scrolling
you can join the beta and check it out
I was on the pre-release and it works well
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No mate, unfortunately you are not answering my query,
Please take a moment and look at the title of my query, and the body of my posts?
I need assistance with "Tableau Online", not Tableau Desktop!
I am looking for a way to increase the Row & Column Levels for my "Tableau Online based workbook", not Tableau Desktop!
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I don't think there is a way on Tableau Online, I can't find one
Tableau Online doesn't have all the functionality of Tableau Desktop.
You *might* be lucky and get the feature when they increase the limit to 50, but I don't know.
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Missed the on-line reference in the post - see Chris's post -
Appreciate the feedback Chris!