The Tableau Navigation features offer users the ability to seamlessly move from one dashboard to another dashboard, sheet, or story — all within one workbook. In this article, we will show you three ways to navigate in Tableau.
For our demo, let’s take a look at the World Indicators sample workbook. You can find this workbook under Sample Workbooks section in the Tableau Desktop.
The workbook has multiple tabs. We want to create a navigation from the Tourism Dashboard to the Business Dashboard.
Follow these steps to move from the Tourism Dashboard to the Business Dashboard using the Navigation Button.
Clicking on the Navigation Button will bring you to Go to Business Tab.
Click on the Income by Region sheet in the Tourism dashboard and navigate to the Business dashboard.
Clicking anywhere on the Income by Region sheet will take you to the Business dashboard.
Here, we want to filter the Business Dashboard using the filters applied in the Tourism Dashboard.
Now, if you click on the Income by Region Sheet in the Tourism dashboard and hover over it, you will see the Go to the Business Tab link in the tooltip.
Click on it to navigate to the Business Dashboard with the year filter applied as 2012 and the Region Filter applied as Europe (see image below).
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