As long as you have permissions to edit a worksheet, you can always go into it and set a different join or RLS rule.
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If you find that the charts and tables built on a worksheet contain a large number of null values (which display as {blank} in the web browser), you can fix this by changing the internal joins for the worksheet.

If you have the Can administer ThoughtSpot privilege or the Can manage data plus edit privilege on a worksheet, you can edit the worksheet and change its RLS or other key settings.

Change/configure a worksheet

Before working through this procedure, make sure you are familiar with how the following affect data:

To configure these values for a worksheet:

  1. Click Data on the top navigation bar and then on Worksheets.

  2. Click the name of the worksheet you want to edit from the list.

  3. Click the Edit Worksheet button in the upper right hand side of the screen.

  4. Click the + icon next to Sources.

  5. Scroll to the bottom of the page.

  6. Configure the worksheet join rule and RLS setting as needed.

  7. Click CLOSE.

  8. Click the the ellipses icon more options menu icon, and select Save.