You Need An N26—
ynan26 connects your N26 account to YNAB.
Make sure to keep your credentials secret (especially N26 password). As stated in the MIT license, I'm not responsible for any consequences caused by using this software.
Usage (for now)
ynan26 posts new transactions on your N26 account to YNAB. Even if you run it multiple times, it won't create duplicated transactions on YNAB, thanks to
import_id in YNAB API.
ynan26 command with the following environment variables:
YNAB_PERSONAL_TOKEN: A personal access token of YNAB API.
YNAB_BUDGET_ID: The budget ID of YNAB that you want to connect N26 to.
YNAB_ACCOUNT_ID: The account ID of YNAB that you want to connect N26 to. This is typically your N26 account on YNAB.
N26_USERNAME: Your N26 username, which is typically your email address.
N26_PASSWORD: Your N26 password. Be careful!
The debug build reads environment variables from
The N26 integration is based on: