3.2 is here!
Ever wonder how a particular search was created? Now you can instantly generate a step-by-step replay. Replay Search shows how the search you are viewing was created: From selecting data sources to choosing what what chart you choose to display your data. Use Replay Search to teach yourself how to search, or to show off your ThoughtSpot skills by creating a recording to share with others.
When a data source contains URLs, they now show up as clickable hyperlinks in your answers. When you click on one, it opens in a new tab. If you click an email address in an answer, it acts as a mailto: link, opening in your default email application with the email address in the To: line.
If you have a list of filters that you apply often, you can now add them in bulk. In past releases you had to either type them all in the Search bar or click the checkbox for each one.
Want to share that sweet chart you just made with all your colleagues? You can now click the link icon and copy the url that takes you directly to that chart or table. Paste it in an email! Or share it on Slack!
Do you have a numbers in your data like 0.54321 and wish it just displayed 0.50? With number formatting, you can designate the number of decimals to show for a column.
You can now see all dependencies for a data source through the data management screen. This lists the worksheets, answers, pinboards, and columns that depend on it. With this feature, you won’t be able to accidentally delete a table or worksheet that has answers or pinboards built on top of it. You’ll be notified of a list of dependent objects with links, so you can remove them first.
You can now use data and visualizations from ThoughtSpot within your own web portal, application, or page.
You can embed pinboards and visualizations, or you can have your own applications pull data from ThoughtSpot.
Want to import a schema, but don’t have access to the Linux shell? No problem, you can bring it in through the Data page.
Admins now have a control center where they can easily monitor usage and cluster health, as well as alerts.
Learn more about 3.2 by downloading our release notes.