What’s New With Tiller Money Feeds for Google Sheets
This week we pushed changes to the Tiller Money Feeds add-on for Google Sheets with new features and a refreshed UI.
This week we pushed changes to the Tiller Money Feeds add-on for Google Sheets with new features and a cleaner UI.
First, we released a new “Templates” feature in Tiller Money Feeds to make it easier to install, restore, and upgrade Foundation Template sheets. These include Insights, Monthly Budget, Yearly Budget, Accounts, and Balances.
It’s not uncommon to need to restore one of these dashboards sheets to its original working order. If we update these sheets you’ll also be able to upgrade them without having to start over in a new spreadsheet.
Many of you may be familiar with this feature from the Tiller Community Solutions add-on. Learn more here.
Next, we refreshed Tiller Money Feeds with a cleaner, simpler look. No more icons and each item is a clickable button rather than needing to click the linked text specifically.
The fill button now turns blue when new data is available to fill, and the add-on will let you know when the sheet was last filled.
Improvements to unexpected logouts
Finally, we pushed some changes we hope will address frequent and unnecessary logouts.
The add-on still requires you to launch the add-on once within a 14-day period or it logs out you, and the access token has a maximum life of 28 days, which means you should expect to have to log back into Tiller via the add-on at least once every 28 days.
This is a fundamental security best practice, and we are being extra cautious to help keep your data safe. However, some customers were getting logged out sooner than the 14-day inactivity period, despite launching the add-on within that time window.
We hope these changes will address that behavior.
We’re really excited about this update and hope you are too!
Feel free to reply in this thread in the Tiller Community to share your thoughts about these updates.
P.S. – We will also soon be sharing exciting updates for Tiller Money Feeds for Microsoft Excel.
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