The only way is to access via mongo shell. Mongo Compass can’t access them. Is there any better way to view the hundred or thousands of users in a better way or GUI? Because it is really ridiculous to see 100+ users in the command shell.
To help provide relevant suggestions, please provide some more information about your use case and the output or interaction you’d like to achieve:
Are you trying to export or scroll through hundred of users?
Do you need to see all user information or just a subset of the fields?
What specific version of MongoDB server are you using?
Are you using a self-hosted deployment or a managed service (for example, MongoDB Atlas)?
I expect you may want to count or filter a long list of users using some criteria rather than paging through a very long list. In a
mongo 4.0+ shell the
db.getUsers() helper accepts a
filter condition to limit output to users matching the filter criteria.
- scroll through and overview existing fields.
- all users.
- self hosted, local mongod.
filter is not required. user input registration is random via test. overview is required.