This post is also available in: German I am going to start off this blog post with a simple assumption: if you have used Tableau for a while, chances are you’ve read through the release notes on Tableau’s website. You were either checking if an issue you’re experiencing has been addressed in a later update, or whether Tableau has implemented any cool new features. Until now, you’ve had to manually navigate through all the notes on a single page per version, which can be a bit of a bummer. What it made impossible, too, was searching for keywords across release notes of multiple versions. Fret not, help is here. This visualisation pulls together all release notes of the most recent versions, and beautifully displays them all on a single page. Use the wildcard filter to search across all of them, segment them by categories, and see how many features or fixes were released over time.d
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