Add Additional Tabs to Sisense Header Row

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    Amy Scott

    Hello,

    This is a nice feature and has been very useful however the links do not open in a new tab but rather in the same window. This would be much better if it opening in a new tab rather than the same window as some people may need to navigate elsewhere while staying on the dashboard.

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    Andrew Block

    For anyone wanting to open up the custom link in a new tab simply adjust the //Create Anchor line as follows:

    add "target=_blank" after '<a

    // Create Anchor
    var buttonAnchor = $('<a target="_blank" data-ng-disabled="nav.disable"

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    Evan York

    Any update to this plug-in to work with v7.0? 

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    Hamza Jap-Tjong

    How can I make it open in a new tab when you are using v7+? Cannot find the anchor as being referenced in earlier post

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    Michael Becker

    Quite nice :) Any chance to make those links appear differently on iPad? Currently they are displayed directly under filter button and are hard to use.

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    Malinda Jepsen

    Is there also a way to hide a dashboard?  For example, we only embed it and don't want users to access it directly.

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    Andrew Block

    I agree with Amy is there a way to update this to open in a new tab instead of the same window?

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    Sanjoy Ghosh

    I am using Sisense Version: 6.7.1.14504, addButtons for version 6 is not available, is there any update on this? 

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    Hemant Pathare

    Is there a way to show different links to users based on user group

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    Ravid Paldi

    @Hemant,

    Yes, it is possible. It requires some upgrades for the script's logic though. 

    There are several ways to achieve that, each one have pros and cons like anything else in the world (: 

     

    Feel free to reach out, we do many similar projects for clients and I'd be happy to give you some pointers on how you should implement it

    ravid@paldi.solutions

    Paldi Solutions

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    Hemant Pathare

    I was able to achieve this functionality of showing different links based on user groups by checking for prism.user.groups in the addbuttons.js file. Thanks

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