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The Alteryx Analytics Gallery (also known as Public Gallery) is a public website for Alteryx users to share workflows, analytic apps, and macros that they’ve created with Alteryx Designer.
Why is it moving, and where is it going?
Gallery’s new home will be on the Alteryx Community. Community members already share thousands of workflows throughout the forums. We think it makes sense to have a single place for Alteryx users to be able to share and find apps and workflows.
What functionality is changing?
Rather than running workflows and apps directly on the Public Gallery, Community users will need to download and execute them locally with Designer. Over time the Community team plans to add exciting new functionality to Gallery on Community to further enhance the experience.
How does this affect my company’s private Alteryx Server installation?
Your company’s private Alteryx Server installation will not be affected by this change.
What is being migrated?
Much of the Alteryx-created content in the Districts will be migrated to Community. User-uploaded content in the Public Gallery will not be migrated. Users will have until the end of the year to download their workflows and apps from the Public Gallery and will receive instructions on how to publish workflows and apps on Community.
How do I migrate my stuff?
Sign in to Gallery. Navigate to either the Public Gallery or your Private Studio. Type your name into the search bar at the top of the page to find your items. Click the item you’d like to save, then click the Download button. And don’t forget to copy the description in case you’d like to use that when you upload back to Community. When the new Gallery on Community is ready, we will provide upload instructions.
When is this happening?
You can download assets from Public Gallery that you wish to preserve starting today. In early December, the new Community Gallery will be released, and you can upload assets you’ve downloaded from the Public Gallery. By the end of the year, the gallery.alteryx.com website will be shut down.