Tableau Server Upgraded to Version 2019.4 Tableau Server Upgraded to Version 2019.4 We have completed the upgrade of the UW Tableau Public, Transitional, and Production servers to Version 2019.4.0. You can read about the new features in the latest version here: Tableau 2019.4. Tableau Desktop 2019.4.2, 2019.4.3 Resolution As a workaround, either roll back to Tableau Desktop 2019.4.1, upgrade to 2019.4.4 or later, or upgrade to 2020.1. Click here for downloads of current and previous versions of Tableau Desktop: Tableau Desktop Downloads and Release Notes. Feb 23, 2016 Use Save to Tableau Public As and choose a different file name. Copy the workbook sheets to a new workbook and try saving that one. Cause Tableau Desktop Public Edition and Tableau Public (web) work with data from Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Access, multiple text file formats, statistical files, and web data connectors. Additional Information. Apr 19, 2019 Tableau Desktop 2019.4 We recommend using the newest maintenance release of this version, 2019.4.19, which contains additional fixes. Download Tableau Desktop 2019.4.19.
If you want to share your data discoveries with the world outside of your organization, you can save your workbook to Tableau Public, a free cloud service. On Tableau Public, anyone can interact with your views, or download your workbooks or data sources. For information, go to the Tableau Public website.
Save a workbook
With your workbook open in Tableau Desktop, select Server > Tableau Public > Save to Tableau Public.
Note: This option is available only if you’ve created a viz that contains at least one field.
Sign in using your Tableau Public account.
If you don’t have an account, select the link to create a new one.
Type a name for the workbook and click Save.
When you save a workbook to Tableau Public, the publishing process creates an extract of the data connection.
Tip: The title becomes part of your view’s metadata. Use a unique title that will help others find it when they search. (The title shown in the image is a good example of how not to name your workbook.)
After the workbook is published, you are redirected to your account on the Tableau Public website(Link opens in a new window).
On your profile page on Tableau Public, do any of the following to customize your profile:
Hover the pointer over a viz to get access to actions such as selecting it as your featured viz, or hiding, downloading, or deleting it.
Hover the pointer over a viz and then select View to open the viz’s home page. There you can select Edit Details to customize metadata such as workbook name and description, add a permalink, and change other settings.
To get a link to share on social media or code to embed in a web page, display a view, and then click Share at the bottom of the view. (You can get links and embed code for other Tableau Public users’ views this way, too.)