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After creating a chart, provide export options of generated graph as an image (variable formats), documents (PDF, DOCX, etc), and as a simple HTML page that has CSS styling.54 votes
We are releasing(this week) allowing dashboards to be sent out as reports using png and pdf formats. We have already released saving chart as png option using embedded charts.
I wish mongo charts to be interactive. like to handle clicks to view details and make data manipulations. My use case is to track low engaging users through graphs and send some notifications to them52 votes
We have released Interactive Filtering in the latest update. This allows you to interact with your charts in the dashboards. More info at https://blog.website.prod.corp.mongodb.com/blog/post/uncover-hidden-truths-interactive-filtering
After you define a KPI, will be awesome if you can color them:
Red if number is less than 33.
Yellow if number is grater than 34 and less then 50.
Green if number is grater than 51.
A gradient from Red to Green (with yellow in the middle) and values from 0 to 100.
Just color this KPI number purple.
NOTE: Colors and values must be configured by user.48 votes
This is done! Rolling out to all Charts customers this week.
Allow export/download of chart data once embedded into an application. It seems like currently, you can only view on screen in the application and you can only download the chart data if you are in MongoDB Atlas.47 votes
The latest version of the SDK supports a "getData()" method, allowing you to programmatically access a chart's data in JSON format.
Ability to embeded Dashboard.
The goal is to embed with SDK a complete dashboard.
Approximatively same thing as embeded Charts but for a complete dashboard and possibility to add filters.38 votes
Dashboard Embedding feature was released with our 1.30 update.
It would be great if we could import and export the charts somehow. While the drag and drop interface is nice it would be beneficial if we could host it in our code git and test/adjust the aggregations when we change the underlying schema.27 votes
Need the ability to choose filters at the dashboard level that will apply to all included charts. I often create dashboards at an organizational level and share the function-specific details to stakeholders. The ability to share a single dashboard with "locked" filters would be a huge advantage as it would prevent me from creating 20 duplicate dashboards for each stakeholder.20 votes
This is shipping today in Charts on Atlas!
Now that we can share charts to people outside of our org it would be really nice if they could download each chart data.
Right now it is only possible if one can edit the chart but it is really useful also for users that are only viewers18 votes
One of the biggies missing for charts (from my perspective) is the ability to click and filter by values on the charts. Most BI tools do so and it's an easy and intuitive way to navigate up and down through the data. Similar to what "analyse schema" does in Compass, but much more flexible.18 votes
These kinds of scenarios are now possible using Interactive Filtering and Click Events.
Th binning feature is fantastic! My only issue is that there isn't the ability to bin weekly. Our data is across Monday to Friday so every weekend bring a drop in our graph. Please add this feature !13 votes
When we embed a chart using the SDK, if I am using a Line chart which has a date on the axis, it is formatted in English locale only.
I would like to be able to toggle that between English and French as our project has a language toggle.12 votes
Our team needs to get data from a separate collection to add to a chart. It is possible to add the field to our collection in the aggregation pipeline builder, however $lookup is unavailable for use in Charts.11 votes
The latest update of Charts allows you to add Lookup Fields from the chart builder UI.
It would be great to add support for trendlines in column and line charts.
For example, if I have a chart for daily/weekly/monthly active users, it would be very helpful to have a trendline to show if the active users are increasing or decreasing.11 votes
I would like to be able to move dashboards between organizations and projects. This will enable flexibility on any future organizational changes. Enable the ability to export dashboards and import them into new billing accounts or projects would be helpful. Or you enable sharing between organizations and projects, that will allow then users to convert the shared dashboard into it's own version. That would work as well.9 votes
This is now possible, using the dashboard import/export functionality.
It will be great if we can pass filters to embed chart. like date range or id9 votes
Enable the possibility to use Month-to-date, Quarter-to-date & Year-to-date filtering options using Timestamp in any MongoDB Chart. At the moment, it's only "Last", "Now" & "Next".7 votes
This has now been built – to be released in our September 2020 release later this month.
Having an aggregation in y-axis (e.g. showing per petrol filling occasion date the amount of petrol and the paid price) would be much better readable if scaling could be done for primary and secondary y-axis. Is anything like that on the roadmap? Cheers. :-)7 votes
By placing a time variable on the X axis, we can create a graph of records created for each day/week/month/etc. It would be very helpful to also have the ability to plot cumulative totals over time; in other words, have the point (X, Y) represent the fact that at time X, Y total records existed in the collection.7 votes
It would be cool if I could get an email every morning from one of my dashboards.6 votes
Hey, when adding a new chart the "Select Data Source" dialog pops-up. This dialog shows some of the collections I used recently. However, it only displays the collection name, not the database name. If I have a deployment with multiple databases containing the same collection names, I can not distinguish which collection belongs to which database.
Please add the database name. Something like "database-name"/"collection-name".
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