FAQs – Tally’s Business Reports on Browser

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Yarab A | Feb-20-2020

Tally.ERP 9 brings you the ability to view important business reports from a web browser, on any device, anywhere. Grow your business with utmost secure access to business data even outside your business premises. Now that you can access your data without depending on anyone, you can take business decisions faster than before and on-the-go.

While this provides you with a greater convenience for accessing the business reports on the go, you might have some questions on Tally’s business reports on browser. This FAQ will answer and clarify all your questions and doubts.

What should I do to access Tally’s reports on browser?

You need to connect the company in Tally.ERP 9 and log in to www.tallysolutions.com using your Tally.NET ID to access reports in the browser. All it takes is 3 simple steps to configure. Watch our video to know more

What is Tally.NET ID?

Tally.NET ID is the email ID which is authorized to access the data remotely. It can be any of the following:

  • Email ID with which your license is activated. You can find this under ‘License and Services’ in the information panel at the bottom of the Tally screen and this will be your administrator ID.

  • Alternatively, you can click on ‘Forgot ID/Password?’ on the login screen of the website and enter your Tally serial number to see your administrator ID.

  • Any email ID which is authorised as Tally.NET user by your administrator.

What is the password to be used to access reports on browser? How to reset it?

Here, you need to use your Tally.NET password. It is the same password, with which you had reactivated the license previously. If you don’t remember, you can reset your password using any of the following options:

How do I add a new Tally.NET user?

You can create Tally.NET IDs directly on the Tally portal. Alternatively, you can create using Control Centre in Tally.ERP 9.

Step 1. Go to Tally portal, log in using your account administrator's email ID

Step 2. On the left pane, click Control Centre > User Management > Manage Users

Step 3. On the Manage Users screen, click ‘Create User’

Step 4. Under the Create New User section, select the required security level as Standard User or Owner

Step 5. In the Tally.NET ID field, enter a valid email ID. The password for the Tally.NET ID is sent to the email ID provided

Step 6. Select the option Enable Tally.NET Services to give access to Tally.NET features and browser reports

Step 7. In case you have multiple branches, select the branch for which the user is allowed to access reports in browser

Step 8. Click ‘Create’

Note: After creating, you need to allow browser access to these users, in Tally.ERP 9, so that they can view reports in browser. A mail will be sent to users' e-mail ID with the option to set the password.

How to give access to my users for viewing reports on browser?

You can give access to users by adding the Tally.NET ID and enabling browser access from the Security control menu.

To do this, navigate from Gateway of Tally > Alt + F3: Company Info > Security Control > Users and Passwords > Select ‘Tally.NET User’ > Mention the Tally.NET ID > Set ‘Allow Browser Access’ to Yes > Accept the screen.

Note: The cursor will skip from the password filed and the user needs to login to browser using their Tally.NET password. If e-mail ID is yet to be added as Tally.NET ID, please follow the steps mentioned the above question.

Can I define the list of reports that each user can view in the browser?

Yes. You can define the access rights for the users using Security Control in Tally.ERP 9. You can allow or disallow the reports by navigating from Gateway of Tally > Alt + F3: Company Info > Security Control > Types of Security > Select ‘Tally.NET user > Under ‘Disallow the following Facilities’ select type of access as ‘Display’ and select the reports which you want to restrict. Click here to know more

To allow, simply remove the reports already mentioned from ‘Disallow the following facilities’

Can we export/print/e-mail reports or invoice from the browser?

When viewing reports in a browser, you can download reports or invoices in PDF format. This can be printed or shared as it is.  Look for a download option on the top right side of the report.

Balance sheet, profit & loss a/c, and few more reports are not available in the list of reports displayed on the portal. Why?

You may not have access to these reports. Request your administrator to provide access.

I am a business owner and I have logged in using administrator ID but reports such as balance sheet, profit & loss a/c, and few more reports are not available in browser?

If your email ID is assigned with security level ‘Tally.NET user’ which is inheriting the restriction of ‘Data Entry’, you will face this situation.  All you need to do is, change the security level from Tally.NET user to Tally.NET Owner by following these steps:

Gateway of Tally > Alt + F3: Company Info > Security Control > Users and Passwords > Select ‘Tally.NET owner’ under security level against the administrator email ID

Note: If you have multiple users and would like to assign different restrictions, you can create a new security level and accordingly allow access to reports. Click here to know more.

My TSS is expired. Will I be able to view Tally.ERP 9 reports from a browser?

No. You need an active TSS subscription to view Tally.ERP 9 reports in a browser.

What all business reports can be accessed in a web browser?

Balance Sheet | Profit & Loss A/C | Cash Flow Summary | Fund Flow Summary | Cash/Bank Book | Trial Balance | Sales/Purchase Register | Daybook | Bills Receivable & Payable | Stock Summary | Stock Query and many more reports which are required for faster decision making.

Which all devices can be used to view Tally.ERP 9 reports in a browser?

Any device that supports internet browsing can be used to view Tally.ERP 9 reports. For optimum clarity use devices with screen size 5.5 inches or more.

Which browsers can I use to view Tally.ERP 9 reports?

You can use any browser on Windows, Android, macOS, iOS or Linux. However, you may not get a great experience in Microsoft Edge, Internet Explorer, and Safari on Windows

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