Is American Funds Retirement Partner compatible?

There are several American Funds options to try to connect to my account, however, my specific option, American Funds Retirement Partner. Can someone help me either figure out how to connect via the options current. Or must I wait until Mint makes American Funds Retirement Partner become an option. The link to my login is:


https://americanfunds.retirementpartner.com/login.do

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If you or anyone else is still trying to connect to American Funds Retirement Partner, choose "American Funds Retirement Planning Center" from the provider search.  That was the option that finally worked for me.

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