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Miro + Tableau Integrations

Appy Pie Connect allows you to automate multiple workflows between Miro and Tableau

About Miro

Miro (formerly RealtimeBoard) is an intuitive visual collaboration and whiteboarding platform for cross-functional teams.

About Tableau

Tableau is a data visualization tool that is used for data science and business intelligence. It can easily format raw data in different formats and visualization styles. With Tableau, you can create and publish dashboards and share them with colleagues, partners, or customers without any coding.

Tableau Integrations
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    Triggers
  • New Data Source

    Triggers when a new data source occurred.

  • New Project

    Triggers when a new project occurred.

    Actions
  • Create Board

    Creates a new board.

  • Update Data Source

    Updates an existing data source in tableau.

How Miro & Tableau Integrations Work

  1. Step 1: Choose Miro as a trigger app and Select "Trigger" from the Triggers List.

    (30 seconds)

  2. Step 2: Authenticate Miro with Appy Pie Connect.

    (10 seconds)

  3. Step 3: Select Tableau as an action app.

    (30 seconds)

  4. Step 4: Pick desired action for the selected trigger.

    (10 seconds)

  5. Step 5: Authenticate Tableau with Appy Pie Connect.

    (2 minutes)

  6. Your Connect is ready! It's time to start enjoying the benefits of workflow automation.

Integration of Miro and Tableau

Miro?

Miro is an open source software program for media players. It allows the user to play any kind of media file and also has plugins which allow it to play other media files which could be in other formats such as Real Media or Quick Time. The installation of Miro is very simple as it runs on Windows, Mac, Linux and Sparis operating systems. The code of Miro is free and open source. (Perez-Gonzalez, 2009)

Tableau?

Tableau is an easy-to-use visual analytics top that works on the concept of creating dashboards that display the information gathered by different internal programs and processes. These dashboards are then presented to the end users who can then make changes and additions as per the needs of the organization. Tableau uses a drag and drop approach for making up the dashboard layout. It is used by organizations looking for easy to use data visualizations. (Tableau Software, 2011)

Integration of Miro and Tableau

This section shows the integration of these two useful tops so that they can work together to create a powerful system. This will show how the combination of these tops will be beneficial for the users. The integration will be done at three different levels. The first level is at the application level where the user can use both of these tops to create a unified system which can handle all types of media files and also be able to produce interactive reporting on any type of data. The second level is at a technical level where there will be a web server based on Miro which will contain all the media files which will be available for viewing via Tableau. The third level is at the end user level where the user will be able to view all the media files using both of these applications.

Benefits of Integration of Miro and Tableau

This section will describe in detail the benefits of integrating these two applications. There will be benefits for the end users as well as for the developers. The developers will have an easier time while developing software as they do not have to create different versions of software for different platforms and even different versions for different browsers. Also, since the amount of code required to develop software is reduced, it will be easier for anyone with basic programming knowledge to develop software. For end users, they will be able to view their data in a more interesting and interactive way and they will also be able to view their data in multiple mediums which was not possible before, such as video, audio etc. (Djikstra, 2009)

References

Djikstra, E., 2009. How to Use Tableau Software. 12 Steps (With Pictures. Available. http://www.wikihow.com/Use-Tableau-Software [Accessed. 26th Nov 2013].

Perez-Gonzalez, D., 2009. How To Install Miro. 8 Steps (with Pictures. Available. http://lifehacker.com/how-to-install-miro-8-steps-with-pictures-1485496882 [Accessed. 26th Nov 2013].

Chapter 16

Facebook

Abstract

The chapter talks about Facebook and its usage by businesses around the world. It looks at the basics of what Facebook is, what it does and what it offers to businesses as per their requirements. It describes the difference between Facebook Pages and Facebook Profiles in detail so that businesses can understand how they must use them for their benefit. The chapter also talks about Facebook apps that can be integrated with Facebook pages so that users can interact with them easily and quickly without needing to leave Facebook. A case study is given here which gives an example of how one business used Facebook to its benefit.

Keywords

Facebook

Businesses on Facebook

Facebook App Development

Introduction

In this chapter we shall discuss Facebook and look into its usage by various businesses across the world in various ways so that businesses can understand how they can use this platform as part of their social media strategy so as to gain new customers, increase sales and build their brand image online. In order to make sure that the businesses get results from Facebook, we shall also discuss apps that can be integrated with Facebook pages so that they can be used by end users on their profiles or pages to interact with them easily and quickly without having to leave Facebook itself. We shall then give a case study which shows how one business used Facebook to its benefit in order to better reach its target audience and increase its sales figures and profits thereby improving its brand image online significantly over a short period of time.

What Is Facebook?

According to Wikipedia, “Facebook is an online social networking service headquartered in Menlo Park, California. Its website was launched on February 4, 2004; by Mark Zuckerberg with his Harvard Cplege roommates and fellow students Eduardo Saverin, Andrew McCplum, Dustin Moskovitz & Chris Hughes”. (Wikipedia, 2013. According to this definition, Facebook is nothing but a social networking site where people can come together over shared interests or activities. They can share pictures, news articles, videos or any other media content with one another over this platform. Many people use this platform as part of their daily lives as they can stay connected with family members or friends who live far away from them by using this platform regularly so that they can share their activities or status updates with everyone else who uses this network regularly almost every day. They may also communicate with each other via chat or Skype etc., if they want to speak directly instead of typing or sending cryptic messages in text only format via chat or Skype etc.. However, there are many businesses too which use this social networking site as part of their marketing strategies because it allows them to reach out to potential customers very easily through posting status updates or pictures or videos or links on this website which are viewed by thousands upon thousands of people every day due to various reasons such as word of mouth publicity or because there are thousands upon thousands of users who visit this website regularly every day. This means that if a business posts something interesting on Facebook, thousands upon thousands of people will see it every single day resulting in a lot of possible customers becoming aware of this product which was never known about before by them until now which means that more customers will now buy this product from them instead of buying any other similar product from a competitor instead because now they know about it due to word of mouth publicity via Facebook itself. In short, this platform allows you to reach out to your target audience very easily whether you are a business or not just like any other social networking site but it’s built in nature makes it very easy for you to communicate with your target audience very easily without having to go through any hassle whatsoever during communication with them unlike other social networking sites where you cannot really do much unless you have a paid account or you have communicated with someone else via email etc..

What Does Facebook Do?

As mentioned above, Facebook allows you to communicate with your target audience very easily but now let’s have a look at some specific things which you can do via Facebook so as to help you gain more customers or improve your brand image online if you are a business user. These things include:

Creating dedicated pages for businesses so that potential customers can visit it easily and read about it before deciding whether they should buy anything from this business or not or not buy anything from this business at all after visiting its page on Facebook because now they have become aware about it due to word of mouth publicity via this social networking site;

Creating status updates for your business page so that people visiting your page on Facebook will see it and spread it among their friends which may result in more people visiting your page because now they know about you because either their friends have tpd them about you via status updates etc.. or because their friends have visited your page on Facebook themselves resulting in them knowing about your page;

Creating groups dedicated spely for your business so that people who are interested in your products or services can join those groups so that they can interact with each other regarding your products or services like they would do on any other social networking site like Orkut or Twitter etc..;

Creating events spely for your business so that people who are interested in your products or services can join those events so that they can interact with each other regarding your products or services like they would do on any other social networking site like Orkut or Twitter etc..;

Creating pages for individual products/services spd by your business so that people who are interested in those specific products/services may visit those pages so that they can find out more information about those products/services like they

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