There is not a way to get rid of 2FA with them. That is between Yodlee and Capital One. It seems like in the last several months Capital One has changed their requirements around 2FA when connecting via 3rd party aggregators and possibly are now requiring that their customers have it turned on. I’m not sure because I don’t have CapOne.
Does anyone know whether CapOne recently started requiring that you have 2FA turned on or is it still optional?
Even if it’s optional, they expect you to have it turned on meaning you have to at least visit the Tiller Console to kick off a refresh of your data.
I asked about the Console vs separate window experience because we are working on building it into the Console so you can enter the code for an institution without needing to open a separate tab for each institution and hope to eventually build the same capability into the Tiller Money Feeds add-on (though that’s likely much farther out). We’ll be rolling out a beta program for customers who subscribed after late Jan 2019 (they are on our newest integration with Yodlee) and who are only using Tiller Money Feeds sheets. More to come on this!
If you’re reading this and interested in the beta program, send me a personal message to let me know and I’ll confirm your account’s eligibility and add you to the list if you meet the above criteria.