Using the Key

TaxAdda PMS uses high-level encryption method to secure your client’s important data such as GST and Income Tax usernames and passwords. All other details are also saved using normal encryption method. It increases the security of data in many folds.

When a new user signs up, a unique 256-bit encryption key is generated and sent to the user via email. This key is also automatically uploaded in your browser cookies so you are not required to do anything at the time of sign up. A key look like duetwmft01nqn88m8m0xy2ship60in5wazno2h5q5tdrk46p7swxd79kf8tvmu7x. It is unique for each user, but it is same for all sub-users added in an account.

Please save this key in a secure location as you need to enter this key after you log in to a new computer. You also need to enter this key at the time of login into Chrome & Firefox Extensions.

Till the time you did not enter this key, you will not be able to view/add/edit  GST and Income Tax username and passwords. The fields will remain inactive. You can view/edit/add other data normally.

TaxAdda PMS comes with multi-user functionality. The key will be the same for all the users within an account. The key will be sent to only main user at the time of sign up.

How to enter key after login into account

  1. After login into your account, go to Enter Key option coming in the top bar on right-hand side. Enter the key in the box. Care should be taken at time of copy/pasting that there should be no space in the beginning or end. Click on Submit button.
  2. If the key you entered is not correct, the system will show an error.
  3. After successful upload of the key, you can now add/edit/view the GST and Income Tax usernames and password.

How to get key in case you had missed the key

Key is sent to you in the welcome email at the time of sign up. Search email from in your inbox and spam folder.

If you are still unable to retrieve your key, send us an email from your registered email account to The support team will share the key via email after due verification which generally takes less than one working day.

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