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  1. Password Rollover to all rotating passwords with little impact

    When passwords need to be rotated we current have a small outage when dev teams must update their saved/vaulted credentials. Could a feature be added to support two separate passwords (old and new) for a period of time.

    Here is an example of another vendor doing something similar...
    https://oracle-base.com/articles/21c/gradual-database-password-rollover-time-21c

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  3. Live streaming logs in Atlas cluster /Compass

    When using Linux machines we can get logs through tail commands with live streaming like that if you are implement in Atlas cluster/Compass it is very easy to identify issues instantly.

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  4. Change collection on a saved query

    In the My Queries section it would be nice to be able to select which collection you want to be able to run the query against or to be able to copy the query to another collection.

    At the moment each query is 'locked' to the collection it was oringally created for.

    This means if i want to run the same query against another collection i have to open it and copy the text from the aggregation pipeline from the query then open the collection i want to run it on and copy the text into the aggregation pipline.

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  6. Aggregation editor improvements

    settings for the following:
    - Turn off auto-pairs (some people really are not used to typing with it)
    - Vim keybinds (somewhat joking, but also not)
    - View full documentation within Compass.
    - Currently it seems the website manual is the only place to view documentation, being able to see it within Compass would be helpful
    - Quick reference for operators / expressions
    - Font settings (increase, boldness, change font).

    Really just turning off auto-closing brackets would be great.

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  7. Automatically pre-call `mongod --dbpath <path>` for connections to localhost.

    On Windows, whenever we connect to a localhost mongo, we need to call mongod --dbpath <db path> in a Command Prompt or Powershell prompt before clicking the "Connect" button in Compass.
    So Compass should offer the ability to automatically "pre-call" that and then perform the connection (if call was successful).

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  8. more aggregation pipelines are needed and most of the time if we reach above 30 pipeline its gets struck , and more hard to use

    more aggregation pipelines are needed and most of the time if we reach above 30 pipeline its gets struck , and more hard to use

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  9. RANDOM VALUES USING THE OBJECTID

    Hi,

    This is the basic suggestion from my side.we have a unique "_id" in each document while inserting the data can we make any changes in your code for example in our company we have one scenario while working on the aggregation query they need auto-generated value in numbers so it is not possible in the MongoDB.

    so I thought we can do that thing based on the _id. because we have a unique field then i converted the _id to string and separated the numbers and alphabetic separately but we don't have unique values the after separating the numbers…

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  10. Changes in the objectID which is unique.1

    Hi,

    This is the basic suggestion from my side.we have a unique "_id" in each document while inserting the data can we make any changes in your code for example in our company we have one scenario while working on the aggregation query they need auto-generated value in numbers so it is not possible in the MongoDB.

    so I thought we can do that thing based on the _id. because we have a unique field then i converted the _id to string and separated the numbers and alphabetic separately but we don't have unique values the after separating the numbers…

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  11. One more dropdown option should be there for all Columns

    While Importing the files, the change of datatypes should have one more drop-down option to change all columns/field datatypes to strings/mixed/double/Int32/number, etc.

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  12. cross cluster lookup (kind of)

    Hi,
    This is more of an add-on request for the aggregate().

    Lets say we have two clusters , second clusters is derived from first cluster ( i-e some of the object ids in second cluster exist only in first cluster ).

    Now I want to do a lookup for the id in the first cluster from the second cluster , which is not possible.

    So , can we have another optional parameter in the aggregate function which allows us to pass the documents , over which we can apply the required stages ( i-e after using find() on cluster 2…

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  13. Tabs Name

    Hi,
    When you open a DB with Compass, all of the tabs are showing

    Documents
    DBName...

    and you should mouse over them or click them to find out which they belong to which collection
    Instead of always showing “Documents” and “DBName”, you may show which collection they are

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  14. shortcut

    For VIM user it will be more efficient when Compass Has VIM like key binding Shortcut...

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  15. Save export CSV configured fields in favourite query

    In case of exporting the result of a find query in a CSV file, at the moment (v. 1.36.4) we need to select which fields we are interested at the first time and in case of reuse of the favourite query we need to select these fields again.
    In fact, in the default behaviour, all fields are selected from the sampled result in the CSV exporting process.

    One way could be to save the selected fields from the CSV export configuration in the favourite query settings.

    Other ideas?

    Thanks.

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  16. Yellow triangle icon for "drop index" and other caution messages

    In MongoDB Compass, when I use the Drop Index functionality you get when clicking the "trash can" icon next to an index in the Indexes list on a collection, it shows a red "!" triangle icon in the upper left. That icon is used here to mean "Caution! You are about to do something dangerous!", as confirmed in Support case https://support.mongodb.com/case/01122132.

    I think it's more conventional to use red icons, especially "!" or triangles like this, to indicate that an error has occurred, and warnings or cautions are more conventionally indicated in yellow. (There's probably some UI/UX documents or…

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  17. Chrome like controls

    I would like to be able to use chrome like controls to switch between tabs

    Cmd+opt+arrows - previous, next tab
    Cmd+t - create new tab (and select it like vs code cmd+p mode)
    Cmd+w - close tab

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  18. Add a DISCONNECT option to the 3 dots dropdown menu when a connection is active

    At the moment, there is no obvious way to disconnect from your connection to connect to another database, and you have to go through the top level Connect menu, which is quite cumbersome.

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  19. Query console like the one in Datagrip

    We need a query console like the one in the Datagrip IDE from JetBrains so that we can make any query as well as add comments or saving all these queries in the MongoDB Compass

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  20. Automatic scrolling in Mongosh CLI in Mongo Compass

    Scroll down automatically to the end of the Mongosh CLI in Mongo Compass when entering quries like db.Collection.Find()

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