With this simple trick, you can tidy up your Tableau workbooks faster than I can say "clickbait title!"
Let's say you've been "in the flow" with your data, humming along, churning out new visualizations in Tableau Desktop at the speed of thought, seeing and understanding your data like never before. Odds are your path to glory is littered with fifty sheets called "Sheet 54", "Sheet 57", "Dashboard 3" and so on. You want to keep your works-in-progress and those ideas-your-boss-rejected for potential reuse at a later date, but you don't want them cluttering your workbook. Sure, you can hide those tabs when you publish to Server, but we both know those unused tabs will still be there...WAITING.
First, tuck all your worksheets next to the dashboard they're used on, like ducklings in a row. You don't have to do this, but you should.
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