ShowMeMore enables stunning new visuals for Tableau

Create beautiful new visuals with a few clicks

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The ShowMeMore extension for Tableau fills in the blanks when you need to embed visualization types not present in the default Tableau “Show me” set.
Always wanted to embed an interactive Sankey diagram to visualize flows? In urgent need for a flexible Radar Chart in your HR dashboards? Visualize a dynamic Network Graph in your Tableau dashboard to illustrate your department structure? No problem with the Show me more extension for Tableau! This extension offers various extra visualization types not being present in the Tableau “Show me” pane.

Reasons to start using the “ShowMeMore” extension right now

  • Start with a 14 day trial

  • Instant acces to new visualizations in Tableau

  • Autosuggest the best visualization type

  • Interact with sheets, filters, parameters and highlights

  • No setup required – online in seconds

  • No programming skills – drag and drop

  • Reliable support – Tableau Gold Partner

  • Free updates while subscribed

  • Crafted with love

ShowMeMore in action

SuperTables by AppsforTableau is the best Tableau extension to get your dynamic tables in Tableau

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Tableau guides you towards best practice visualizations with the excellent “Show me” button. What if you need a different type of graph in your dashboard to fill in special needs? Creating new visualizations can be challenging. Subscribing to ShowMeMore enables you to serve new graph types to your customers.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Does Apps for Tableau use my data?2021-02-23T15:39:03+01:00

No! We do not send data back to the Apps for Tableau machine! You download our extensions to your machine and all the rendering resides on your PC only.

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Do we need licenses to deploy the extension in development and test environments?2020-10-29T09:21:56+01:00

No, you only need licenses for your production environment and you can use the extension on your development and test environment without extra need for licenses.

Sankey Diagram is crashing2021-05-19T10:17:20+01:00

If you are running into problems building the Sankey Diagram please check the following tip:

  • Members from the used dimensions can’t be the same. This will create an endless loop and crashes the Sankey Diagram.
    • you can solve this by adding a prefix in front of your dimension. For example: ‘from’ + [from dimension] OR ‘to’ + [to dimension]
  • Dimensions can’t have empty values. The Sankey Diagram will filter this.
  • Measure can’t be 0 or below 0.

If you are still running into problems please use our community forum

How many visualizations are available in the Show me More subscriptions?2021-05-28T07:38:14+01:00

Show me More contains these visuals at the moment:

  1. Sankey Diagram
  2. Venn Diagram
  3. Chord Diagram
  4. Ridgeline Plot
  5. Radar Chart
  6. Horizon Chart
  7. Network Chart
  8. Sunburst chart
  9. Organization Chart
  10. Calendar Chart

The number of visulizations will grow in the future as we constantly search for easier ways to visualize your data!

Do I need an internet connection to use the Show me More extension?2018-10-11T13:18:46+01:00

Yes and No, if you are using Show me More free, create or share you will need an internet connection to access our cloud machines. But if you bought Show me More enterprise you won’t need a internet connection.

Why do I have to select the number of Tableau users?2018-10-11T13:23:14+01:00

We calculate the average amount of concurrent connections based on the amount of Tableau users you select.

We count the number of active connections per extension to our extensions server. We call this concurrent connections. Do you use the same extension twice on a dashboard? This will count for 2 concurrent connections. Do you open this dashboard in 2 tabs? This will count for 4 concurrent connections.