Hi there. Getting involved with the community of like-minded people not only helps build your own portfolio, but it also increases your knowledge, and skills. You can only get better the more you see other techniques and discuss with others. You'll be able to ask for help, get inspired, and get involved all with the Tableau, and the greater data visualization community. One of the very best things about Tableau is the vibrantly active community. If you need help, the first place you should look for answers is in the community forums. If your question isn't already answered there, you can post a new question, and someone usually answers within a few hours in my own experience. Be sure you have a sample workbook to include with your question. As someone who answers a lot of Tableau questions, trust me when I say that it's much easier to get inside someone's head to help them when you have their work in front of you, rather than trying to understand only their explanation of the problem. Even if what you're working on is proprietary, try to replicate the issue using a sample data set or one that's been scrubbed of any identifying information. If you don't provide an example workbook with your question, nine times out of 10, that will be the first thing that someone asks for when they respond to your post. It might take a little extra time, but it'll be worth it. If you're looking for inspiration or vizpiration as some people like to say, checkout Tableau Public's gallery for viz of the day. There are also separate galleries under the Featured tab which highlight cool things people have done with new features like perimeter actions or visits for special interests and events, or use cases for various industries. There are of course, other places to find vizpiration, but this will at least wet your appetite for now. Finally, the best part of a community is getting involved. There are tones of community led projects. Like there's one for almost every day of the week, no joke, hashtag sportsvizsunday, hashtag makeovermonday, some people do hashtag tableautiptuesday, there's hashtag workoutwednesday, hashtag throwbackdatathursday, and many people on Twitter do a hashtag tableaufollowfriday or hashtag tableauff. In addition to these database projects, there are options for the do-gooders among us in hashtag dataforacause, and hashtag vizforsocialgood. For those in the health sector, there's hashtag projecthealthviz, and finally, Cole Knaflic author of storytelling with data hosted a monthly hashtag swdchallenge. Many of these projects have a feedback component where the hosts are organized will offer feedback to those who want it with the expectation that people will iterate, and incorporate that feedback. For our part here, we're going to do our very own hashtag makeovermonday. The idea is that every Monday, well, actually Sunday, a new original viz to make over, and the accompanying data are released on data.world. You can access it straight from there or the hashtag makeovermonday website. You read the article to understand the context of the data, then you can set about exploring, and analyzing it. Once you've settled on a story, which could just be a revamp of the same story from the original, or you can present an entirely different angle, you publish your visualization to your platform of choice. We will be using your tablet public profile, and share with the community. Submit your work using the submission tracker on the makeovermonday website. So you and others can keep track of your progress. Use any feedback you get to iterate, and improve leveling up your viz skills.