Here's how to get started with Tiller Money Feeds for Google Sheets
1. Choose a sheet you want the Feeds add-on to update with bank data.
- If you’re new to Tiller, the Foundation Template is a good place to start.
- Start with a blank Google Sheet. (seriously, give it a try. It’s pretty cool.)
- Connect your existing Google Sheets template.
- Migrating from the Feed Bot to Tiller Money Feeds (customers who subscribed prior to August 26, 2019 only).
2. Install the Tiller Money Feeds add-on
Installation is simple. Just add the add-on to Google Sheets.
If you start with the Tiller Foundation Template for Google Sheets the add-on comes pre-installed in the template as a document add-on.
- Start with the Foundation template
- Click “Use Template” in the upper right
- Click “Add to Sheets” in the sidebar that should appear. If you don’t see it, you can install the Tiller Money Feeds add-on via the gSuite Marketplace here.
- Authorize the add-on to run with the Gmail account you use for Tiller.
- Click “Use” in the sidebar.
If you have any issues installing the Tiller Money Feeds add-on reach out to email@example.com.
If you don't want to start in the Foundation Template, use these steps to install.
- Click here to access the add-on in the Gsuite marketplace
- Click "free" in the upper right corner of this page to "Install"
- Authorize the add-on to run with the Google Account you use for Tiller.
3. Sign in to the Feeds add-on
Click Sign in with Google in the sidebar and sign in using the Google account you use for Tiller.
4. Follow the prompts
After you sign in, the add-on will guide you to link the sheet to your Tiller Console, choose accounts, and then it will update your sheet.
How often does the add-on update my sheet with data?
The Tiller Money Feeds add-on can only pull data into your Google Sheet automatically if you turn on the Auto Update feature AND if the data is available. Your bank data is available after our data provider refreshes your accounts. Sometimes this requires that you visit the Tiller Console to re-authenticate your bank accounts.