Keywords: New Features of Tableau 10 Desktop, New Data Sources, DATA JOINING between DIFFERENT SOURCES, New UI, Mobile, Android, Data Source Analytics, Updated Revision History Logic.

New Features of Tableau 10 Desktop - May 6th, 2016

The following New Data Sources has been added:

Google Sheets
QuikBooks Online


Now we can JOIN the data between two different data sources.
Example: Excel and Oracle and SQL Server data.

New User Interface ( UI ) with interesting Colour Schemes, Labels, Icons and Metadata.

The new version is carrying firm EXECUTIVE LOOK, impressive and faster response, interesting colour representation, Labels, icons and metadata.

Tableau Mobile for Android

Mobile compatibility has been enhanced with Tableau for Android.

Device Specific Design (DSD)

Mobile user interface has been enhanced with DSD introduction. We can preview how the visualization looks like in different mobile devices such as iPad and other mobile devices.


We can use filters across different data sources. We just need to make sure they make sense logically while transferring filter from one source to other sources.

Data Source Analytics

We can check Data Source Analytics such as who is accessing, how many times accessed and so on.

Updated Revision History Logic

Having Updated Revision History Logic means we are having ability to rollback to the older version. This helps to save some time because we don’t need to restore from older version of the code.


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