Good news: USAA is coming back online with Tiller.
Our team has been working closely with Yodlee to restore your USAA bank connections to your Tiller-powered spreadsheets. We are thrilled to announce Tiller is now testing Yodlee’s first USAA open banking integration.
How to link your USAA bank accounts to Google Sheets and Microsoft Excel
If you already have USAA accounts connected to Tiller you can upgrade your connection and pull approximately 90 days of transaction data for your USAA accounts.
- Open your Tiller Console at https://my.tillerhq.com
- Click “Connection > Edit credentials” next to USAA under the Connected Account Summary & follow the prompts to log in and connect
If you haven’t yet connected USAA accounts, you can click the “Add accounts” button on the Tiller Console and use the USAA option to connect and pull in your accounts.
You can use the same steps above to upgrade your U.S. Bank connections as well.
Because this connection was unavailable for some time, use the steps in this help guide if you need to fill in any gaps in your transaction data.
As with all our other open banking enabled institutions, these new U.S. Bank and USAA connections are more reliable, faster, and more secure than the previous connections.
If you run into any issues, reach out to our support team via the chat in the lower right corner of the Tiller Console at https://my.tillerhq.com
About Open Banking
Open banking connections offer faster, more reliable, and more secure bank data feeds to Tiller’s automated personal finance spreadsheet. More about open banking and Tiller.
That’s because with open banking, you never share any account credentials with Tiller. USAA manages your accounts credentials and protects them with the same level of security used for your financial accounts.
And you remain in control of your financial data, with a transparent view of all your account connections.
“Open banking is a banking practice that provides third-party financial service providers open access to consumer banking, transaction, and other financial data from banks and non-bank financial institutions through the use of application programming interfaces (APIs).”via Investopedia