Step 1: Create the icons that will be used as a “button” to navigate to each panel (you will need to have an icon for each panel).
Step 2: Click on the new panel and create your cover with the layout you want. It is important that all the icons created in step 1 are on their cover.
Step 3: After steps 1 and 2, publish the four panels to your Tableau Server or Online.
Step 4: After publishing all the panels that will be used, it is time to link them to the cover.
3. To get the URL that will link the cover to the panel, go to your Tableau Server or Online, click on the previously published panel and copy the URL that appears on the web page. In the example in question the URL will be: https://us-west-2b.online.tableau.com/#/site/pathdatagovernance/views/Marketing_Leads/MarketingLeads?:iid=3
4. For the cover to be linked to the panel, we will have to change the end of the URL. To do this, delete everything after the question mark and include:embed=yes&:linktarget=_self&:render=true.
6. Place this URL in the URL field as shown in the image below:
7. Repeat the process for the others panels.
Step 5: Publish your cover on Tableau Server or Online and it will be linked to the panels.
Final: Okay! Now you know how to create a cover that navigates to different panels.