We’re particularly excited about this one. While Canua already connects to over 17,000+ banks and brokerages worldwide, there are still many institutions that we don’t cover. In addition, many of the institutions that we do cover only return partial historical data via their APIs. CSV bank statement imports allow you to import all your transactions, whether they’re historical transactions for an account you’ve already connected or for accounts that we don’t yet support syncing with via API.
The import process is super flexible, allowing you to customize what gets imported and how. Better yet, when you import data for a given institution, we’ll remember all the mappings and settings so that the next time you import transactions for the same institution you’ll only have to upload the file and confirm everything looks good.
Finding your financial calm starts with having a complete and unified view of all your finances. CSV imports represents a huge leap forward in the breadth and ease with which you can get your data into Canua.
We want the Canua experience to feel like magic, which means we want you to have quick and easy access to the information you need. The new filters on the transactions page will help you with that.
These filters include options for transaction types (received/sent), date ranges, currency type (fiat/crypto), account and others. You may find these useful when looking for a transaction or when you’re checking a list of transactions of a certain type or account.
We have built custom account names so that, after connecting multiple accounts, from multiple financial institutions, these are still clear and easy to understand when displayed on your list.
Remember: If you don’t see your institution supported in Canua please let us know! We’re always adding new data connections.