Connecting Infusion Apps to Sisense
  • 18 May 2022
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Connecting Infusion Apps to Sisense

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Installing Infusion Apps

After the application administrator has added the Infusion App(s) to the organization, end users can install individual apps for use.

Slack

Sisense Analytics for Slack can be found by searching the App Directory within your Slack account. Each user must individually install the Infusion App. 

  1. In the side menu, click the '+' icon next to Apps.
  2. Search for "Sisense Analytics".
  3. Click Install. 

You can now Log In to Infusion Apps.

Microsoft Teams

  1. Open Microsoft Teams.
  2. Click the three-dot icon.
  3. Search for "Sisense Analytics".
  4. Click Add.

You can now Log In to Infusion Apps.


Google Workspace (for Sheets or Slides)

Sisense Analytics for Google Workspace can be found by searching the Google Workspace Marketplace from within a Google account. Each user must individually install the Infusion App.  

  1. Open Google Sheets or Slides.
    • For Sheets: Click Extensions > Add Extension.
    • For Slides: Click Add-ons > Get Add-ons.
  2. Search for "Sisense Analytics".
  3. On Sisense Infusion Analytics, click Install.
  4. Click Allow to allow the Infusion App access to data required for it to work. 
  5. After the Add-on installs, click Done.

You can now Log In to Infusion Apps.

Logging In to Infusion Apps

Depending on the Infusion App, you may connect and authenticate directly in the app, or you may be redirected to the Sisense Sign-in page. You will be asked the following information regardless of which Infusion App is being used:

  1. In Slack and Teams, click Connect to Sisense or type Login.

  2. In Google Workspace, follow the prompts.
    Note:
    Sisense Analytics can be added from Slides or Sheets. The Infusion App supports both products.
  3. Enter your Sisense instance name.
    • You can copy and paste the URL directly into the field to avoid keystroke errors, for example: https://yourinstancename.sisense.com
  4. Enter your email address associated with your Sisense credentials.
  5. Enter your Sisense password.
  6. Click Submit or Login.
    Note:
    SSO is not currently supported.




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