The best thing about uploading docs from your mobile is that you can use your device to take photos of your documents, crop and rotate them, and immediately upload it to our system. And if your document contains several pages, it will be saved as a single PDF file.
Here's how to scan your documents:
1. Go to the Documents section, then tap on NEW and choose Scan Document.
2. Make a photo, then do the same thing for the next page. Once you've taken photos of all pages, tap the button showing the number of pages at the right.
You will be presented with a preview of your PDF. Please review your photos, crop and rotate any of them, or add more photos by tapping the plus button if needed. Once you're satisfied with all photos, tap the Upload button to proceed.
3. You will see the tree view of all folders for your account. Select the appropriate folder, then click SAVE. The document will be saved as PDF.
To upload a document to TaxDome:
1. Go to the Documents section, then to the Your Documents subsection, then tap on NEW and choose Upload Files.
2. You will see the tree view of all documents for your account. Tap the document upload button to the right of a folder of your choice, then locate the file on your device and select it. See Permitted file types to find out more on file types we allow. With all file types, the maximum upload size is 100 Mb.
3. If there are no folders, that means none have been created so far. You can add folders by tapping the three-dots icon to the right of the location of your choice and then selecting New Folder.
4. Add as many files to different folders as you like.
5. Tap UPLOAD to add the document to the system.
To help you upload multiple files quickly, we now let you upload zip archives which contain multiple documents. Please note that our system allows zip files of up to 100 MB.
From the user side, zip files are uploaded just like other files. However, once a zip file has been uploaded, the system will handle it differently:
The end result is the same as if you had uploaded all files found inside the zip archive individually.