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Program Manager (Graduate Assistant) at a university with 1,001-5,000 employees
With quick querying and ad-hoc visualization, we have automated processes.
The most important feature that Tableau must introduce is to provide 'reference hints' for every dimension and measure. For example: When working with numerous dimensions and measures, it's difficult to debug and back track to determine whether a certain dimension was used in a visualization, tool tip, filter, parameter, or action. It would...

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