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 and West. For information on supported features, and how to sign up, see Getting Started.


New features and functionality

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


Scriptability contains the following new features:
  • Export and update logical tables
  • Edit, validate, and publish objects using the TSL editor
  • Import multiple objects from the SpotApps page, or from the object list page
  • Update Views
  • GUID handling: a new GUID parameter in an object's .tsl file allows ThoughtSpot to recognize pre-existing GUIDs, and determine if you are updating an existing object, or creating a new one
See Scriptability.

Style Customization

You can now customize the ThoughtSpot application from the Admin Console. With style customization, you can change the fonts, chart color palettes, footer text, application logo, and background colors in your embedded ThoughtSpot instance.

Refer to Style customization.

In-app acceptance of ThoughtSpot's use agreement

You can now sign ThoughtSpot's end-user use agreement from the application itself. Even if you previously signed a paper copy of the use agreement, an admin must sign the agreement in the application, within 30 days of ThoughtSpot upgrading your cluster to Cloud 5.

Refer to ThoughtSpot use agreement.

User adoption and performance Pinboards

This release of ThoughtSpot Cloud contains two new default Pinboards for administrators. Use the User Adoption Pinboard to understand how your ThoughtSpot users are interacting with ThoughtSpot, and how your user adoption is changing over time. Use the Performance Tracking Pinboard to understand how your ThoughtSpot cluster is performing.

See User Adoption Pinboard and Performance Tracking Pinboard.

Earlier releases

See Release notes.