Please release a dark mode MongoDB Atlas interface. Thank you.
Come on Mongo team. I'm sure your superiors say there're more important features to prioritize but dark mode is becoming ubiquitous and is expected. At this point It says more that you don't have it than if you did.
It's a, "is mongoDB even a modern solution anymore", kind of problem. To new/first-time users it screams outdated.
When I couldn't find the setting to turn it on, I didn't assume it was unavailable, I googled "how to turn on darkmode mongoDB Atlas".
how f**** hard is it to change a hexcode or whatever from white to black? I mean I'm lazy but not this lazy
Really. My eyes so hurts like I look at snow.
great dashboard but MY EYES (:0
Dark mode asap please. Atlas is one of the many interfaces I need to stare at throughout the week and the overwhelming bright white glare causes a lot of headaches - literally.
Dark mode is a must-have accessibility feature for engineers like myself.
I really would love to have a Dark Mode :)
Everything I use is in the Dark theme.
Btw your dashboard is awesome!
DARK MODE PLeeeeeeeeeeeeeeease!
Would love to see dark mode in Mongo Atlas.
this is exactly what i was looking for lol.
Would love this. Hacking at night becomes painful without dark mode.
Dark mode please
I came here to suggest this and it was the first thing i saw, you guys are fast.
Developers are children
100% THIS but not before this: https://feedback.mongodb.com/forums/924145-atlas/suggestions/40271953-allow-me-to-stay-logged-in-for-a-long-period-of-ti
Raul Gutierrez commented
Workaround until this is implemented:
yes, please add it.
Thanks for the reply. Well, MongoDB compass does not have a dark mode either so it is not the only one.
It is very important to me. Sometimes it hurts to look at a non-dark mode interface after spending hours on dark mode interfaces, I hope it makes sense.
Have a nice day
Thanks for suggesting this--I'd personally love to do this some day as I use dark mode almost everywhere. Out of curiosity, can you add any more detail around how important this is to you? Are we the only light mode part of your daily dev stack? If so it'd be good to know.