Here's our recommended workflow for getting started with Tiller Money Feeds for Microsoft Excel. You can start in the Tiller Money Tracker template or if you prefer to use or build your own template you can start in a blank Excel workbook.
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Start with the Tiller Money Tracker template
If you want to store your workbook on OneDrive make sure you do a Save As and save to an Online location. Pay attention to the OneDrive account you’re signed into when storing online so you know where to find your file.
If you prefer to keep your workbook stored locally on your computer, do a Save as, give it a unique name, and pick a file location you will easily remember.
Install the Tiller Money Feeds add-in for Excel.
Open My Add-ins from the Insert ribbon in your Excel workbook
Search for "Tiller" in the Store
Click "Add" and the add-in will appear in your Data ribbon.
Direct Install Link from Microsoft Store (if above steps don’t work)
Open the Tiller Money Feeds add-in from the Data ribbon and sign in
Sign in using the account you used to subscribe to Tiller. Note: this could be different than the account you use for your Microsoft 365 subscription.
Link the workbook
After signing in you’ll be prompted to link the workbook to the Tiller Console. This creates the connection between the workbook and the accounts you have linked.
Link accounts to set up your data feed
Click the “Configure” button in the add-in task pane.
Choose the accounts that should feed transaction and balance data to the sheet.
Fill your sheet with data
Click the “Fill” button at the top of the add-in task pane to fill the transactions and balances for linked accounts.
Click this “Fill” button any time you need to get new data into the sheet.
Set up your template - click here to review the full guide.
Customize your categories on the Categories sheet
Categorize transactions on the Transactions sheet
Set budget targets on the Categories sheet in column E
Review your spending and earning on the Tracker sheet
Review your budget, actuals, and available on the Budget sheet
Start with your own template or a blank workbook
You can feed data into any Excel workbook using the Tiller Money Feeds add-in. If you prefer not to start in the Tiller Money Tracker template, you can connect the Tiller Money Feeds add-in to your own template or a blank Excel workbook.