If you want to start saving from a different checking account, then you'll first have to remove the account that Digit is currently linked to.
When the account that Digit saves from changes, we need to return your saved balance back to you, both as a legal requirement and to keep our technical info straight by starting from a clean slate.
Below are the steps to change checking accounts through the Digit app - you can also do so at this link: https://digit.co/disconnect-checking-account
1) Scroll down to your checking account info, just below where your expense goals are displayed.
2) Tap on your checking account button, and then tap Settings in the upper-righthand corner to bring up a menu.
3) Tap on Change Checking Account to choose how you'd like your balance returned to you.
If the account you first had connected is still open and able to receive the withdrawal of your balance, click Yes. If that account is currently closed or unable to make and receive transfers, choose No to have a check sent to you for your balance.
Afterward, you'll receive an email from Digit confirming that your balance is being returned to you via the method you chose. This email will also give details on any saves that were still pending when you changed accounts, letting you know when you should expect to also see those returned.