According to TurboTax, information from Robinhood can be automatically imported starting on Feb. 20th. To do that, you'll just need your Robinhood account number, which you can find in their application.
If you're as impatient as I am, you can download your consolidated 1099 directly from the Robinhod app and enter the information manually. Robinhood's tax forms came available yesterday for most people. Do make sure you enter information for all the available portions of the 1099. (For me, this was the 1099-DIV and 1099-B.)
It may include Robinhood Crypto but you might check with Robinhood to see if your Crypto trading is part of the consolidated statement.
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