Why do I have to sign up for Tiller with a Google account?
Our direct bank data feeds service started out only with our Google Sheets integration. Creating a Tiller account using a Microsoft account login isn't currently supported, but we're working on it.
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Does this work with all versions of Excel?
Right now Tiller for Excel works with Excel 2016 installed via an Office 365 subscription.
Don't have an Office 365 subscription?
Tell us what you're using by completing this quick form.
How does Tiller for Excel work?
Tiller pulls your balances and transactions from your bank accounts daily, and you can update your Excel workbook with the click of a button.
How do I get started with Tiller for Excel?
Can I use Google Sheets too?
Yes. Your annual subscription to Tiller also includes access to our service for up to five Google Sheets (created on the Tiller Console) and our selection of helpful templates to get you started.
Do Tiller's Google Sheets templates work with Excel?
At this time, the Google Sheets templates available on the Tiller Console are not compatible with Excel. We have one template for Excel at this time, the Tiller Money Tracker, which you can download here.
Why do I have to give my credit card billing info for early access to Tiller for Excel?
For verification and security purposes, we ask for a credit card before you start your trial.
Is my data private and secure?
We do not see nor store your bank account credentials. We can’t see or access your transaction or balance data. Tiller is secured by 256-bit AES bank-grade encryption.
What if I have questions or get stuck?
We have helpful human support to answer your questions.