ThoughtSpot provides a set of standard menu commands as buttons and toggle switches in the primary menu bar, actions in the More menu , and the contextual menu that appears when a user right-clicks on an Answer or visualization.
ThoughtSpot supports adding custom actions to an Answer or visualization page. For example, you may want to create a custom action that allows pushing business insights from ThoughtSpot to an external app or a specific URL.
Similarly, if you have embedded ThoughtSpot in another app, you can add a custom action to trigger a callback event to the host application and initiate a response payload.
Types of custom actions🔗
Push data to a specific web page or URL destination
Available on all ThoughtSpot instances
Work with custom actions🔗
Global and Local actions
Know the difference between global and local actions and the associated workflows.
Requires Developer or Administrator privilege
Assign local actions to a chart or table
Assign local actions to a specific visualization or saved Answer of your choice
Requires edit permissions to a saved Answer or visualization.
Callback action examples🔗
View callback custom action example
Learn more about the callback custom action workflow, the steps required to push data to an external app.