How To get MongoDB Url

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Here most useful tutorial discuss with you that’s how to get MongoDB Url. This MongoDB url used to so many telegram bots.

What’s MongoDB ?

MongoDB is a source-available cross-platform document-oriented database program. Classified as a NoSQL database program, MongoDB uses JSON-like documents with optional schemas. MongoDB is developed by MongoDB Inc. and licensed under the Server Side Public License.
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How to Create MongoDB Url?

  • First, Go to cloud.mongodb.com then Sign Up there.
  • Login or Sign Up (Create an Account) there. If you don’t have an Account!
  • After Login, You’ll be on their Dashboard Page.
  • Choose an option Build a Cluster (as the shown picture below)
  • Now, You’ll see Pricing Plan section.

  • Here, We going to use Free Plan for our userbot
  • After that, You have to select Region and Server. Where your Database server will host.

Tips: Select the Nearest server from your location so it won’t take long time to connect

  • At last, Click on Create Cluster.

You have to wait for some time at this Page while your Database is being created. 


  • After Created, Click on Network Access (Can see this option under Security section of Above Image)
  • You will see an option Add IP Adress. Click on that 
  • Now, Allow Access From Anywhere. Then Confirm.

Wait until the Status changes from Pending to Active

  • Go Back to Cluster option and Click on Connect.
  • Now. Fill any random Username and Password

Note: Don’t use Special character in your Password like @#$% etc. 

  • After filled, Click on Create MongoDB User.
  • There you are, Select Choose a connection method
  • Choose Connect Your Application
  • Now, Select DRIVER as Python and VERSION as 3.6 or later then Copy the Database link Shown below

mongodb+srv://<username>:<password>@mongos0.example.com/<dbname>?retryWrites=true&w=majority

  • Replace <password> with your given Password and <dbname> with “test” or “cluster0” and remove <> symbols.
That’s it. You have got your MONGO_DB_URL Var value.


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