Dashboards formatting, alignment and organizing worksheets. Difference between Tiled and Floating in Tableau Dashboards

Difference between Tiled and Floating in Tableau Dashboards

Each object (Worksheet) in a dashboard can use one of two types of layouts: Tiled or Floating.
Tiled objects are arranged in a single layer grid that adjust in size based on the total dashboard size and the objects around it. Floating objects can be layered on top of other objects and can have a fixed size and position.

Tiled Layout All objects are tiled on a single layer. The top three views are in a horizontal layout container.

Floating Layout While most objects are tiled on this dashboard, the map view and its corresponding color legend are floating. They are layered on top of the bar chart, which uses a tiled layout.


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