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Getting your data to MongoDB is an easy task with Dataddo. If you already have your MongoDB account connected to Dataddo, and you only need instructions on how to connect it to a Data Flow, you can skip Step 1 and start from Step 2 right away.
Step 1 - How to create a MongoDB Data Destination
Sign in to your Dataddo account and click on Flows at the top of the page.
Click on Create Flow in the top right corner.
From the list of destinations, choose MongoDB. You can type the name of the connector into the search bar to find it faster.
Fill out all the fields on the sign-in page to give Dataddo all the necessary information to connect your data. The information can be found once you login into your MongoDB account.
NOTE: If you choose Credentials as the way to connect MongoDB, fill out additional fields
Click on Save.
Step 2 - How to create a MongoDB Data Flow
Sign in to your Dataddo account and click on Destinations at the top of the page.
Click on Create Destination in the top right corner.
Click on Add Source to connect it to the destination. You can type the connector's name into the search bar to find it faster.
Once you selected your data source, click on **Add Destination.
From the list of destinations, select MongoDB. You can also type the name of the source into the search bar.
You can change the name of the flow and see the data preview.
Configure the destination by filling out necessary fields.
NOTE: Remember to set the synchronization time for the flow with a little delay after the synchronization of your source to let the data load.
Click on Save flow.
How to Configure the Data Flow
Click on the three dots next to the flow and choose Config.
The window pops up with the configuration details. Follow the instructions to finish the configuration.
Congratulations, your new Data Destination & Data Flow are ready!
Feel free to contact us and we will help you with the setup. To speed the process of resolving your issue, make sure you provide us with sufficient information.