So I am making a dashboard with tickets data. For certain tables, the last column is the 'Count of Tickets'. What I need it that for every table I make with this column, I want to make the count clickable, diverting the viewer to another dashboard which shows the details of those tickets only.
Example: a table shows ticket sales by region of a city, North, South, East and West.
For North it sold 998 tickets. If I click the 998, I should be taken to another Dashboard with specific details of those 998 tickets only. Is that possible?
I went through an example myself, and it appears that drilldowns only apply to "top hits" values in a table. That is, values of terms aggregations or top hits aggregations. That is because the hit value is used to create a filter for the target dashboard, and filters apply to individual documents. We're not able to make a filter for 998 because that number doesn't apply to an individual document: it's an aggregated metric.
In the example you gave, the filterable detail of the table is the region. For example: region: North. This means when you want to view the details of the 998 documents in the North region, you click the icon on the North value, and click a drilldown that you've added that takes you to another dashboard that you have defined.
This explains how drilldowns are implemented in Kibana, and perhaps you already knew that. I think your question might have been a way to ask how to do this in fewer clicks by clicking on the metric. I don't see anything like that documented, so the question is probably more of an enhancement request.