Last Modified Date: 24 Apr 2017
- Tableau Server
- Tableau Reader
- Tableau Public
AnswerWorkbooks can be shared with people who do not have Tableau Desktop in the following three ways:
- Publish the workbook to Tableau Server. Tableau Server provides browser-based analytics. After publishing your workbook to Tableau Server, others with a Tableau Server account can sign in to see your workbook. A trial version of Tableau Server can be downloaded from the Tableau Server Product page.
- Email the workbook and open it in Tableau Reader. Email a workbook to others, and they can open and see its contents using Tableau Reader. Tableau Reader is a free application that can be used to open and see workbooks that have been built in Tableau Desktop. For more information about Tableau Reader, refer to the Tableau Reader Product page.
- Save the workbook to Tableau Public. After publishing a workbook to Tableau Public, anyone with a link to the workbook can see its contents. Workbooks and the underlying data saved to Tableau Public are accessible to the public. For information on Tableau Public, refer to the Tableau Public Product page.
- Publish the workbook to Tableau Online. Tableau Online let you view and share dashboards from the office, at home or on the road. Native mobile apps, from the Web or a tablet. Only authorized users can interact with data and dashboards. Use single sign-on to make security easy for trusted users. A trial version of Tableau Online can be requested from the Tableau Online Product page.
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