Communicating 2019.2 Server UI Changes to your team

Communicating 2019.2 Server UI Changes to your team

With the new changes coming to Tableau Server 2019.2 user interface, I need a method to communicate the UI changes. I didn’t want my users to come in on Monday morning with an entirely different UI without preparation. So I spent some time showing off the changes of server with an email to the users, something I normally don’t do.

I used dashboards in the gif examples from #WorkoutWednesday challenges to avoid exposing data to server users who shouldn’t see something on accident. The benefit of this is, I can share this with the greater Tableau community!


Good afternoon team!   

A new version of Tableau Server ( https://tableau.padnos.com/ ) will be installed this evening brining a ton of new features and a brand new user interface. 

When is the upgrade happening? 

  • Server upgrade will occur at 5:00 PM EST this evening, Friday, June 14, 2019.  Expected downtime is 45 minutes. 

Server UI Changes

New navigation menu on the left, no longer on the top right.

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Anytime there is a star, you can toggle to mark that viz or project folder as a favorite

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These favorites will show up on the top of the new home page where you’ll see FavoritesRecents, and popular content Others are viewing that you’ve the permissions to see.

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New feature highlight: Create Custom Views

All users can now create custom views to content!  Ever have it before where you’re applying the same filters again and again each time you view a dashboard?  Now you can set your views as a custom view on server!

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Thanks team, happy dashboarding!

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