This Valentine’s Day, we’re bringing you improvements to two core features we hope you’ll love. We’ve revamped the Aggregation Editor to have a cleaner, more intuitive layout, and integrated Export Wizard with Tasks, so you can save even more time.

Headline features

Aggregation Editor | New and improved layout

Say goodbye to multiple (result) tabs and hello to a cleaner, more intuitive layout.

The Aggregation Pipeline Editor for MongoDB | Studio 3T - The GUI for MongoDB

The old Aggregation Editor used to open a separate result tab everytime you check a stage input/output or execute the full pipeline. It wasn’t unusual to see such a view.

The old Aggregation Editor
So many results, so many tabs

The new Aggregation Editor now displays results within their respective Pipeline and Stage tabs, for a cleaner, more intuitive aggregation experience, especially when checking stage inputs and outputs.

The new Aggregation Editor
Results within relevant tabs – all you need to do is refresh

We’ve also added another time-saver: the ability to create views directly from Aggregation Editor.

Find the full documentation on the (new) Aggregation Editor here or see it in action below – and let us know what you think in the comments!

Export Wizard + Tasks integration | Automate and schedule exports

Along with imports, migrations, and data comparisons, you can now also automate and schedule exports.

Export Wizard now integrates with Tasks, so you can save exports in all format types – JSON, CSV, SQL, mongodump, and another collection – directly as tasks.

Export Wizard now integrates with Tasks
Run multiple exports in one job, which you can save as a task

The integration also brings a time-saving UI change to the Export Wizard, which is the ability to run multiple exports in one job through “units".

Once saved, you can view your saved export tasks in the Task Viewer (and in the Quickstart tab).

Read more about how export units work, and or view the full Export Wizard and Tasks documentation.

New features

SQL Migration | Import Sybase to MongoDB (Enterprise only)

You can now import Sybase to MongoDB through SQL to MongoDB Migration, which now supports these SQL databases:

  • Sybase
  • Oracle
  • MySQL Server
  • Microsoft SQL Server
  • PostgreSQL

Find the full SQL to MongoDB Migration documentation here.

Academy 3T launch | Free MongoDB 101 course now online

Not quite a feature, but definitely new: we’ve launched our very own Academy!

3T launches Academy 3T, first MongoDB 101 course

Our first course, MongoDB 101: Getting Started, is now online. Register for free and complete the course (quizzes included) at your own pace.

Other fixes and improvements

  • Table View – Fixed issue with hiding columns 
  • Collection Tab – Now possible to set a default query per collection
  • Visual Query Builder – Improved cloning rules and drag & drop of fields
  • IntelliShell – Fixed issues occurring with long scripts

View the full list on our change log.

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  1. Reply

    What version of Mac OS does it require? It can’t be opened on my Mac of version 10.11.3.

  2. Reply

    Hi Brian, many thanks for reaching out and we’re very sorry to hear this. Could you please send us your log.txt file, which you can find under home_dir/.3T/log.txt, and the Global Exception logs, which you can find under home_dir/.3T/global_exception.log? This will really help us locate the issue. Please send us the logs with their full content through our Technical Support form. We appreciate your help!

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