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While we definitely recommend using a web analytics tracker, such as Google Analytics or Matomo, to track usage of your portal, the portal itself does record each time a user visits a piece of content. It uses this information to generate things like recommended content,...

[cue music] Tiles on pages and bar charts on dashboards, Publishing files and tagging with keywords, Centralization through external links, These are a few of my favorite things… Keep Track of Your Favorite Things In the beginning, Portals for Tableau focused on, well, Tableau content. When it came to favoriting things...

When 2019.1 released, Tableau added a new capability to its industry-leading analytics platform called Ask Data. This feature allows for users to perform ad hoc analytics without learning SQL, programming or even the easy-to-learn, drag-and-drop-enabled visual analytic tool, Tableau Desktop. Ask Data leverages natural language...

There has been a recent boom in the number of people working from home, or at least away from the office. With this new development, security-minded businesses need a way to prevent an unattended computer from being hijacked by less-than-honorable individuals, not to mention a...

If you’ve played a video game in your life (so basically everyone), then you’re familiar with the frustrating feeling of being stuck on that one insanely difficult level. How do you get past that? How do you break through to beat the big boss? These...

Something wicked good this way comes: another month's worth of analytics treats! No tricks here–just spooky good resources to advance your data practice and bolster your IT framework. This blog roundup features 25 blogs and even more contributors. We've got a series on how to...

Disclaimer: This is a more advanced topic than our typical 101 blogs. You will need to feel somewhat comfortable with editing HTML code to complete the activity. You don’t necessarily need to know what that code means or how to program or anything like that,...

One of the biggest selling points for Portals for Tableau is how feature-rich and flexible it is. Portals for Tableau supports numerous versions of Tableau Server, Tableau Online and Tableau Public; multiple sites within a Tableau Server; a bunch of authentication methods and SAML identity...

Here’s a not-so-secret secret fact about the portal that might blow your mind: it’s a webpage! Well, what does that even mean? It means that what you see is driven by a combination of HTML, CSS and JS. Still lost? Don’t worry; it’s our job...

Another month gone means another month of tech resources waiting for you! Featuring over 20 blogs and 30 contributors, this content roundup is full of analytics info and insights to guide you closer to your data goals. With loads of new posts covering everything from...

Gone is another month on the blog, and it was a good one! With 19 pieces of content that featured over 25 contributors, the InterWorks blog offered resources designed to meet you wherever you are in your tech journey. From experts sharing Tableau tips and...

Now that we have Sticky Filters set up, this post will continue our journey toward creating a fully optimized portal filter setup by enabling dynamic filter values: Setting up Dynamic Filter Values Maybe instead of filtering on Region, your use case involves filtering on State, like the...

One of the biggest selling points for Portals is the power of their filters. They’re web-friendly, fully customizable, dynamic and even sticky from dashboard to dashboard. We get a lot of questions from users who want to pull the filter options from the dashboard dynamically,...

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