You can use the text object (with URL) as a work around with the current version of Qlik Sense, it will open a new browser tab with the specified sheet.
If you are running the desktop version, you can go to http://localhost:4848/hub to access it in browser.
Hope it helps.
Yes its totally possible. And you have more control over what you can do with sense as you can build your own triggers using extesnions. You can either use a text object or build an extension button to navigate between sheets which work like triggers.
Yes totally possible, but you will have to go with an extension to achieve this.
You could use a KPI object, I use them as clickable links in my menus.
under data >expression you put the text you want it to show
Under appearance you pick the sheet you want it to link to
and you will get a button that can be clicked on
With the URL option just be aware that if you migrate your applications from one server to another the URL will need to be updated. Obviously not an issue on the desktop version but if you are using it in an enterprise setting with different servers for dev and prod you will need to update it. I have suggested an alternative below as well.
can we implement below scenario,
I have one straight table where i have code and value as column if user selects any project code from table and in the back end each code is associated with flag (Programme / Project) if code is of program then it will take user to program sheet or if code is for project then it will take user to project sheet.
means navigation to sheets depending upon flag..