Have you ever wondered how people use the shiny Tableau dashboards and how they interact with it?
We all thrive to create the most engaging, user-friendly dashboards based on
feedback, but gathering detailed user behavior information at scale seemed to
be an impossible challenge until now. With the power of Tableau Extensions,
Starschema's Tableau Tracker enables you to easily measure and understand how
people consume and interact with dashboards. Tableau Tracker can anonymously
collect data like clicks and filter changes for every single user so you can
create better visualizations and optimize performance.
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How Tableau Tracker Works
Anonymous data collection
Tableau Usage Tracker was built for the post-GDPR era, created with
privacy by design in mind. It does not collect personally identifiable
information from users like ID, name or email address.
Track every click in Tableau
Track and analyze filter changes, filter states, window size, workbook id,
session time and more right within Tableau.
Pre-built Insights Dashboard
Understand behavior patterns instantly using the built-in dashboard
created by Starschema's team of Data Visualization Heros.
Your Usage Data in your Tableau
Use our Web Data Connector to access your data
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- Create better/perfect dashboards based on real user behavior
- Gather feedback from every user without bothering them with surveys or interviews
- Optimize performance by decreasing server load with fewer filter changes
- Decrease costs on server infrastructure by decreasing computing needs
Starschema is a big data service provider and technology innovator
located in the United States and Hungary. Stuffed with the smartest
tech people, our team enjoys solving the most complex data related
In the last 8 years, we’ve helped organizations of any size and
industry utilize their data assets using visual analytics in Tableau.
By constantly pushing and exceeding the limits of Tableau products to
satisfy our customers, our CEO Tamás Földi has been named Zen Master
for being the White-hat hacker of Tableau.