ThoughtSpot Cloud Documentation

ThoughtSpot Cloud

ThoughtSpot Cloud™ is our hosted and managed service offering. ThoughtSpot Cloud offers multiple advantages over deployment form factors that you have to manage and maintain within your own organization.

ThoughtSpot Cloud is now available in US East (N. Virginia) and West (Oregon), Sydney, Ireland, Frankfurt, and Singapore. For information on supported features and how to sign up, see ThoughtSpot Cloud Requirements and Support; to configure ThoughtSpot cloud, see ThoughtSpot Cloud Getting Started.

 

New features and functionality

The latest release of ThoughtSpot Cloud contains several new and enhanced features.

For the First User

Getting started with ThoughtSpot Cloud
The first user on the account has to complete a series of steps before other people can start using ThoughtSpot with your organization’s data. For these instructions, see Getting Started with ThoughtSpot Cloud.

For the Analyst

Pinboard schedule gating conditions
Gating conditions for scheduled pinboards are now GA. Refer to Schedule a pinboard job to learn more about scheduling pinboards for email delivery, and how to leverage gating conditions so that ThoughtSpot only sends the pinboards when certain conditions are true.

For the Business User

Geo map support
We added support for regional councils, cities and districts, and postcodes, for New Zealand. See Geo Map Reference.

For the Data Engineer

Custom calendar
Custom calendar is now available, and it supports the Snowflake, Amazon Redshift, Google BigQuery, Microsoft Azure Synapse, and Databricks cloud data warehouses. See Custom calendar.

For the IT Ops Engineer

UI improvement for user profile
This release improves the UI and user experience of the user profile.

For the Developer

ThoughtSpot Everywhere
For information about the new features and enhancements introduced in this release, refer to ThoughtSpot Developer Documentation.

Earlier releases

See Release notes.