Show ALL filters in a scrollable list, instead of forcing users to "Add value" when there are more than ~20 possible filters.
When creating a dashboard in MongoDB Charts, the "filter" functionality is GREAT.
However, when there are more than ~20 possible values, the remaining values are completely hidden and "Not all values are displayed" is shown.
Users can manually "Add value" to apply a filter, but that requires the user to KNOW what the missing filter value(s) are.
This is an issue for us, because we are a franchise with 26+ locations, and often want to filter our client data at the store level. Unfortunately, because every shop is not listed in the filters (6-8 are not displayed), it's really hard for users to drill down on those missing shops, because the user has to know the EXACT name of the missing value in the database in order to use it as a filter.
This adds friction and isn't the ideal UX.
Suggestion: Let the users scroll through ALL possible filter values, even if there are 50+, instead of hiding them.