Playlists

Playlists I've put together about Tableau. Think of them as a series of videos that make up modules to bring you up to speed with Tableau.

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Tableau Functions
5
Videos
Beginner
A playlist in progress: I'm working my way through the key functions used in Tableau. As the videos are produced this playlist will update.
1hr 28min
What's new in Tableau 2020.4
13
Videos
Beginner
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.
1h 7min
Tableau File Types
5
Videos
Beginner
A good understanding of file types in Tableau can save you a ton of time. I've covered the key types and as new file types become available, I'll be updating this playlist.
2hr 11min
What's new in Tableau 2020.3
26
Videos
Beginner
In 2020.3 Tableau gave Prep the ability to write to database, ability to grant licenses on sign in, improved data connectors and a range of quality of life improvements for server, online and desktop. Jump in to find out more.
5hr 48min
What's new in Tableau 2020.2
25
Videos
Beginner
Relationships, relationships, relationships. That alongside metrics, set controls and improvements to previous features make this probably the biggest leap in any release in a long while.
0hr 54min
What's new in Tableau 2020.1
10
Videos
Beginner
Find out about dynamic parameters, viz animations, buffer calculations and many more features in the first release of 2020.
1hr 43min
Tableau Prep Builder tutorial Jan-2020
7
Videos
Beginner
Tableau Prep is the newest product in Tableau's lineup. I walk you through as if you know nothing and guide you through your first few flows.
1hr 5min
What's new in Tableau Desktop 2019
20
Videos
Beginner
In this playlist I cover all the features announced in 2019 for the desktop authoring experience.
0hr 26min
What's new in Tableau 10
3
Videos
Beginner
Tableau 10 was a leap change in the design and user interface of Tableau as well as the first version that supported Macs. Find out more.