Charts

MongoDB Charts is the best way to create visualizations of MongoDB data. Connect to any MongoDB instance as a data source, create charts and graphs, embed them into your applications or build live dashboards for sharing and collaboration.
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  1. Ability to toggle Dark Theme

    Most dashboards from different services offer the ability to be in Dark Mode, which is easier to read and saves loads of energy.

    As a workaround users can use browser extensions to apply a css dark theme.

    Firefox: https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/dark-mode-webextension/

    Chrome: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/care-your-eyes/fidmpnedniahpnkeomejhnepmbdamlhl

    21 votes

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  2. Data source substitution

    Please add an ability to use same charts with different data sources

    18 votes

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  3. $todayDate filter

    This allows us to create charts that give us insight whether this is a great, good, average or a bad day. The $todayDate filter range should be 00:00:00 to 23:59:59

    11 votes

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  4. Permissions level to create charts but not data sources

    We use the new data source pipelines feature to scrub our data sources of sensitive information. Unfortunately, though, right now if a user has permission to create a chart, then they have permission to create data sources. This undoes all of the work to protective sensitive information! Having a permission level that allows a user to create new charts but not new data sources would greatly improving the security/privacy of our data when working with MongoDB Charts.

    5 votes

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    0 comments  ·  Data Sources  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

    Thanks for the feedback Eric. Your scenario is very valid and we’d like to support this. We’d like to integrate this into the Atlas permissions model properly, rather than make it a Charts-only thing, so it may take us a little while to sort this out.

  5. Sum as Annotation, Include "Previous Period"

    I am using Charts to track "direct" sales of my app. Other sales charts, like those featured on Stripe's dashboard or Mac App Store, feature a sum and "previous period" metric that quickly shows you how much sales are up/down for a given period. See attached.

    3 votes

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  6. Chart Annotations

    For continuous/discrete line and area charts, I would like to apply annotations to my charts so that I can highlight certain data points of my graph. A use-case for this would be to display targets that need to be achieved for my data or to explain certain events at a time point.

    See attached image for a mockup.

    2 votes

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  7. Sydney nodes for atlas charts

    It would be great if we could get some nodes to serve APAC for charts to bring down the latency a bit, rather than having to go to us-east-1 AWS region.

    I imagine this is planned as Stitch already has nodes in Sydney but I thought I would make a note.

    Thanks for all the hard work!

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