Set chart and table visualization fonts

Learn how to add and edit fonts to customize ThoughtSpot’s appearance.

You can add and edit fonts to customize the appearance of your charts and tables. Be careful though, since the interface may become unreadable depending on how you change the default font, font weight, or font style. It is therefore suggested that you use the default font settings.

If you are confident in your knowledge of font visualizations, you can set your chart and table visualization fonts by following these steps:

  1. 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.

    If the Style Customization option is not available, contact ThoughtSpot Support to enable it.

  2. Click the Add New button under Chart Visualization Fonts.

    Add new chart visualization font
  3. In the add new font menu, select the details for the font:

    1. Upload your custom font. Note that only WOFF font types are supported.

      Add a new font
    2. Use the color menu to choose the font color.

      Choose the font color
    3. Choose the font weight and style from the dropdown menus. The font weight choices are normal, bold, and light. The style choices are normal, italic, and oblique.

    4. Click Save.

  4. Click the Edit Font icon Edit icon image to make changes to the font you just uploaded or to a pre-existing font.

    Select the Edit icon to edit the font
  5. Make any changes to the details of the font in the edit menu and click Save.

  6. Click the custom font dropdown to choose your custom font.

    Select the custom font dropdown
  7. Click the chart label dropdown to choose where you would like to apply your custom font.

    Select the chart label dropdown
  8. The same steps can be followed to set your Table Visualization Fonts.

    Set a custom table visualization fonts
  9. Click the Reset button on the upper-right side of the sections if you would like to bring back the default fonts.

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