There isn't much to say that today's Release Notes haven't. OAuth is here! 🎉
To quote my colleagues:
It’s an “open-standard authorization framework”—basically, a widely accepted method for giving one entity (in this case, YNAB via our direct import partners) access to a specific set of data from another entity (in this case, your transaction information from your financial institution).
We expect these connections will be more stable and require fewer re-authorizations. Which is a great thing!
For financial institutions that are supported, connections have been switched over and you'll see a message in the app. There is a change to the login flow when you re-authorize. This is the first set of OAuth connections, and we look forward to adding more.
If you hit any snags in the process, our importing team can help. And of course, feel free to ask questions below!