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Manage your MongoDB databases with Mingo - a fast, reliable, safe and intuitive MongoDB admin. Mingo has a modern design and lots of useful features.

About Mingo

Mingo is latest and most catchy MongoDB GUI, because it’s been created by developers for developers. The goal is simple, to offer you the best MongoDB admin; built on our programming experience and on your feedback.

We focus on security, speed and user experience, while keeping Mingo great for both newbies and experienced users. The best part is that our intuitive MongoDB browser is packed with features we felt were missing in other MongoDB GUIs.

Mingo - the MongoDB admin


What's new in v1.3.x?

We have completely redesigned our navigation based on your feedback, added tons of new features and fixed several bugs.

Main features include:

  • Projects - GUI the way we want it to work
  • Tabs just like in a browser
  • Table & tree view combined
  • Selector history and bookmarking your searches
  • Human-readable dates in selector, e.g. {createdAt: #thisWeek}
  • Inline editing
  • Undo functionality
  • Write-Lock to prevent unintended changes on documents
  • Data schema analyzer
  • Compare & Sync entire databases (or selected collections)
  • Aggregator (with autocomplete, examples)
  • Database actions (drop, rename)
  • Collection actions (clear, drop, rename)
  • Field actions (rename field, show distinct values)
  • Node JS shell
  • Views management
  • Indexes management

What are we working on?

  • A interactive DUMP / RESTORE interface
  • Improvements of our Compare & Sync tool
  • Dark mode
  • A beautiful Data Vizualizer
  • Embedded Mongo shell
  • ... and much more

Please submit ISSUES or feature requests!


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Keyboard Shortcuts

Key Action
/ Focus the search bar
Esc Focus the search bar and cleans it
Select the next search result
Select the previous search result
Enter Open the selected search result
cmdEnter Ctrl+Enter Open the selected search result in a new tab