When the user changes his bank passwords, he has to reconnect his account with Fintoc. We added the status field to see which links need to be reconnected.
For more information, you can see the details of the change here.
All object IDs in the API are now prefixed with a prefix indicating the object to which that ID belongs. For example, all movement IDs are now prefixed with mov_.
For more information you can check out the details of the change here.
You can now create an account or login to Fintoc using Github and Google ✨.
A week ago we launched integration for Banco Estado routine accounts. Now we are launching the integration for personal checking accounts 🎉.
We improved the design of the landing page. Now much more focused on Fintoc's main use case: bank reconciliation and payment verification. Any feedback is welcome!
After a good hackathon in San Francisco, we improved a lot our integration with Banco Estado in current business accounts. It's now much more stable 🙌
For new users, we're launching a mini tutorial to show you how our API works. The cool thing is that you can try it with a test account 🙌.
Today we are launching our new documentation, which you can see here: https://docs.fintoc.com. As the days go by we will be adding more guides, answers to frequently asked questions, and more!
Many of you asked us to add the time of the last update of an account to the API. We've added it! The field is called refreshed_at and you can see more details in our documentation.
This week Juan Pablo Jofré joined the team as Software Engineer. He is one of the fastest programmers in Chile 💨.