When you first open the Digit app, you'll be greeted with what Digit recently saved for you and where those funds were added. If Digit couldn't save for you, it'll tell you why.
Tapping on your initials in the upper-left corner will bring you to your profile settings. Here, you can keep track of friends you've referred to Digit, learn a bit more about what Digit does, change your checking account, change your contact info, and view your subscription settings.
Tap on Manage Account to see where you can change account settings. My Info takes you to where you can change your email address or mobile number, while Membership and Billing will show you your subscription cost and date that is charged, as well as take you to where you can close your Digit account should you need to.
If you'd like to hold off on saving for a bit, you can select Pause Saving to keep Digit from saving for you for up to 30 days at a time.
Your personal goals will be listed here, along with how much you've saved so far. Tapping into a goal will allow you to see your savings and withdrawal history for that particular goal, as well as other settings you can explore.
You can add as many goals as you'd like, just tap the plus sign at the bottom!
If you have goals set up to make payments directly for your credit card, student loan, or phone bill, those will be organized right below your personal goals. Tapping into those will bring up menus where you can view your transfer history and settings.
Scrolling down, you'll see the checking account you have connected, along with where you can access your Overdraft Prevention settings.
Tapping on your checking account will bring up your recent checking account activity (depending on if your bank has sent that info to us for the day yet). You can also tap the "Settings" button to change the checking account you have connected, as well as set up a Safe Saving Level.
Earn for sharing and saving! This is where you can see when you'll receive your next Savings Bonus and where you can view all the friends you've referred to Digit using your link.