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Tableau Public Author Profiles
How to customize your profile page
Ben Jones
bjones@tableausoftware.com
To get started, login to your profile
1. Click “Login”
2. Enter your credentials
or create an account 3. Click “My Profile...
In this how-to guide, we will cover:
1. Add your
profile pic
2. Edit your
info
3. Edit your bio
4. Add links
8. Choose a
F...
1. Add your profile pic
Click on “Login” in the upper right
The profile pic is set to sync with the
image you have uploade...
Editing the Gallery and My Featured Viz
Clicking on the “Edit Profile”
button at the top of your
screen will enable you to...
2, 3 & 4: Customize your Header
Clicking on “Update Info” takes you to a
page that will allow you to add a bio, tell
us mo...
2, 3 & 4: Customize your Header
2. Edit your info
3. Edit your bio
4. Add links
Click “Save” when
done
5. Hide or Show a workbook
If you don’t want a visitor to
your profile to see a
workbook you’ve published,
just unclick th...
6. Change Workbook Thumbnails
The default image shown for a viz in your profile matches that of the workbook at the time
o...
7. Modify Workbook Info
Click “Edit” in the upper right corner of any viz, and then edit the
Title, Permalink (the website...
8. Choose a Featured Viz
After clicking on click “Choose” from the “My
Featured Viz” section. Then choose the workbook you...
Tableau Public Author Profiles
Author profile customization instructions
Ben Jones
bjones@tableausoftware.com
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We’r...
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  1. 1. Tableau Public Author Profiles How to customize your profile page Ben Jones bjones@tableausoftware.com
  2. 2. To get started, login to your profile 1. Click “Login” 2. Enter your credentials or create an account 3. Click “My Profile” www.tableaupublic.com
  3. 3. In this how-to guide, we will cover: 1. Add your profile pic 2. Edit your info 3. Edit your bio 4. Add links 8. Choose a Featured Viz 5. Hide or Show 6. Change thumbnails7. Modify workbook info
  4. 4. 1. Add your profile pic Click on “Login” in the upper right The profile pic is set to sync with the image you have uploaded to the gravatar.com account associated with your Tableau Public email address If you don’t have a gravatar.com account, you can create one by clicking here. Follow the Gravatar instructions to upload a profile image, and your Tableau Public author profile will automatically show this image.
  5. 5. Editing the Gallery and My Featured Viz Clicking on the “Edit Profile” button at the top of your screen will enable you to: • Edit you bio and links • Hide or Show workbooks from your profile • Edit Workbook titles, permalinks and descriptions • Choose a Featured Viz
  6. 6. 2, 3 & 4: Customize your Header Clicking on “Update Info” takes you to a page that will allow you to add a bio, tell us more about yourself, and provide links to your social media accounts and websites.
  7. 7. 2, 3 & 4: Customize your Header 2. Edit your info 3. Edit your bio 4. Add links Click “Save” when done
  8. 8. 5. Hide or Show a workbook If you don’t want a visitor to your profile to see a workbook you’ve published, just unclick the check “Visible to others” checkbox If you’ve hidden a workbook and want to show it on your profile, just click the empty check box
  9. 9. 6. Change Workbook Thumbnails The default image shown for a viz in your profile matches that of the workbook at the time of upload. If you don’t like what’s shown, edit the workbook and select the sheet or dashboard whose thumbnail you wish to use instead. Image you DON’T want to show Image you DO want to show Click “Edit” on the workbook, then choose the sheet or dashboard whose image you want to use
  10. 10. 7. Modify Workbook Info Click “Edit” in the upper right corner of any viz, and then edit the Title, Permalink (the website that appears behind the viz when a visitor clicks on it), and the Description. Also choose whether sheets are shown as tabs, whether the footer toolbar appears in the viz, and if the byline should be included.
  11. 11. 8. Choose a Featured Viz After clicking on click “Choose” from the “My Featured Viz” section. Then choose the workbook you would like to feature.
  12. 12. Tableau Public Author Profiles Author profile customization instructions Ben Jones bjones@tableausoftware.com Thanks, We’re excited to see your personalized author profiles, and we hope this helps drive traffic to your published workbooks!
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