When you build a text table in Tableau that has a number of dimensions on the Rows rack and a solitary procedure on the Text shelf in Tableau Desktop computer 7.0 and also earlier, you have most likely observed the “Decrease” area at the top of the view. While this is fine to leave there when you are simply building views on your own, you could wish to add a tag to the column when you a preparing your views for discussion. You can easily sack a label to change the “Drop” tag making use of the Action Names as well as Measure Worths areas.
Replacing the “Decline” label
The Procedure Names field is immediately created and also is normally made use of in coordination with the Step Worths area. The Step Names area has all the names of your measures. To obtain a label for that final column in your text table calls for a few actions.
From the Dimensions pane, nuisance Procedure Names to the Columns rack.
On the Columns rack, right-click Procedure Names and choose Filter.
In the Filter dialog box, click None to de-select all the step names, and after that pick just the one that you have on the Text shelf.
When finished, click OK.
From the Actions pane, drag Action Worths onto the Text rack on the Marks card, replacing Sales.
Now the cross tab has a tag for all the columns in the sight. You could transform the name for the procedure revealed by right-clicking Measure Names as well as choosing Edit Aliases.