Although it is suggested that you stick with the default settings, it is possible to create your own appealing color palettes if done correctly.
To select the chart color palettes:
If you are on release 6.2.1 and later, navigate to the Admin Console by clicking on the Admin tab from the top navigation bar. Select Style Customization from the side navigation bar that appears. To enable style customization on release 6.2.1 or later, you must add
?customBrandingEnabled=trueto the end of your URL.
If you are on release 6.2, navigate to the Style Customization page using this URL, replacing
<cluster_IP>with your cluster information:
If you are on release 6.1.1 or earlier, navigate to the Style Customization page by selecting Admin from the top navigation bar, then clicking Style Customization.
If this page is not available, contact ThoughtSpot Support to enable style customization.
Navigate to the Chart Color Palettes section at the bottom of the Style Customization page.
Click the color you would like to change in the primary color palette, and use the color menu to choose your new color. You can also add a HEX color number directly.
All of the colors in the primary color palette are used in a chart before any from the secondary palette are used. Therefore, the primary palette usually consists of primary colors.
Click the color you would like to change in the secondary color palette, and use the color menu to choose your new color. You can also add a HEX color number directly.
The colors from the secondary color palette are used after all of the colors have been exhausted from the primary palette. Therefore, the secondary palette usually consists of secondary colors.
Click the Reset button on the upper right hand side of the section if you would like to bring back the default color palettes.
Disable color rotation
You can disable color rotation for single-color charts. If you disable color rotation, ThoughtSpot generates single-color charts in the order of your color palette, left to right. If you leave color rotation enabled, ThoughtSpot generates the color of single-color charts randomly.