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When projecting certain fields of a document, the UI does not allow the user to edit the document. This is a bit counter-intuitive as editing documents that have a large amount of fields is way harder than only showing the fields (via projection) that need to be edited.3 votes
Make buttons to edit/copy/clone/delete (top of record) and cancel/update (bottom of the record) "sticky" as they stay on viewport of current record (something like a sidebar ?).
When there is a lot of nested data, it could be hard to retrieve the buttons.2 votes
I want to be able to open a document in a JSON editor and edit it there without the key:value restrictions, even when I am viewing documents in the table view.2 votes
It would be very useful to create and edit fields that contain an UUID like:
That should be stored as binary. I use this instead of the ObjectIDs.
I can query for UUIDs but I can't edit or create them in MongoDB Compass, that should be added.1 vote
I would like to have a mode to view and edit DbRef content, in the same way as the DRef Object fields are edited now. The idea is to see in the documents section all data linked. See and edit the data in a comfortable casual way.1 vote
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