@ashish, you can use ggplotly package to convert to add tooltips. But the plot will be converted to a plotly object
> plot =ggplot(df,aes(id,fill = type))+geom_bar(position = "fill",stat = "count")
> ggplotly(plot,tooltip = "all")
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