What's new in Tableau 2020.4

To close out a jam packed year of releases, we got Prep in the browser, multiple mark layers for maps (and other chart types), block comments, date axis extensions and many more quality of life improvements. Hit play to find out more.

Offline map support for Tableau Server in web authoring

Already possible in tableau desktop but now Web authoring supports the capability to have offline maps on tableau server. Tableau Online didn't have this issue as tableau online is Hosted by Tableau so always has access to map tiles usually delivered over the internet.

Tableau Release Notes

We’re making it easier to access and analyze spatial data on Tableau Server with offline map support. You can now create maps using the offline map style in web authoring, ensuring that maps remain accessible to all users—especially in organizations with strict internet access requirements.

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Desktop & Web authoring
Desktop & Web authoring
Multiple map layers
Multiple map layers
Block comments in calculations
Block comments in calculations
Web authoring improvements
Web authoring improvements
Dynamic parameter improvements
Dynamic parameter improvements
Predictive model improvements
Predictive model improvements
Extend date axis ranges & predictive modelling
Extend date axis ranges & predictive modelling
Partner connectors & Datorama connector
Partner connectors & Datorama connector
Animation Alerts
Animation Alerts
Tableau Prep
Tableau Prep
Tableau Prep Builder in the browser
Tableau Prep Builder in the browser
Spatial support in Tableau Prep
Spatial support in Tableau Prep
Server & Online
Server & Online
Custom view tab in Tableau Server & Online
Custom view tab in Tableau Server & Online
Ask data date range enhancements
Ask data date range enhancements
Offline map support for Tableau Server in web authoring
Offline map support for Tableau Server in web authoring