How to Upload Documents to DigiLocker

Must read

How to disable and delete Samsung Pay from your Galaxy phone

When it comes to paying conveniently, Samsung Pay makes using your phone as a bank card an easy process; however, there may come...

Massachusetts ‘MassNotify’ COVID Android app auto-installed for some

According to many user reports over the past day, MassNotify — the Massachusetts exposure notifications app  — was automatically installed on Android phones...

Tribeca ‘A-ha: The Movie’ Review: A Rousing Take On A-ha’s Wildly Popular Discography

‘Take On Me’, the track that marked A-ha’s arrival in the music scene, is undeniably one of the greatest hits of...
Bhawani Singh
I am a blogger who believes in delivering latest tech news from around the world to my viewers.

DigiLocker is a cloud storage service for your government-issued documents created by Ministry of Electronics & IT (MeitY) under Digital India Corporation (DIC). It uses your Aadhaar Card as identification and allows you to digitise your documents and make them available to you at all times, provided you have an Internet connection. These digitised documents are considered to be at par with original physical ones and are accepted by railways, traffic police, and most recently, for passport services. So, we have put together a step-by-step guide on how you can upload documents to DigiLocker.

DigiLocker can have issued documents and uploaded documents. Issued documents are e-documents that have been issued by government agencies to an individual directly from the original source. These documents are stored as URLs in the issued documents section. The uploaded documents, as the name suggests, are the ones that an individual uploads to a DigiLocker account. These can include .pdf, .jpeg, and .png files that are below 10MB in size.

How To Upload Documents To DigiLocker via website

  1. You will be asked to enter your full name, date of birth, gender, mobile number, email ID, and Aadhaar number. You will also be required to set a six-digit PIN that will act as your password. Click on Submit when done.

  2. An OTP will be sent to your registered number.

  3. Enter the OTP and click on Submit.

  4. You will now be asked to enter a username. Click on Submit when done and your account should be created.

  5. You will be redirected to your DigiLocker homepage. Click on Uploaded Documents option on the left side of the page.

  6. Select the file you want to upload from your computer and click on Open. You can select multiple files as well.

  7. These files will now be available in the Uploaded Documents section.

You can also select a document type for the uploaded files. In front of the files, there will be a Select Doc Type option. Click on it and it will show a list of present document types that you can use such as electricity bill, dependency certificate, integrated certificate, identification certificate, and more.

How to upload documents to DigiLocker via app

  1. Sign in to the DigiLocker app.
  2. On the dashboard, tap on the burger menu on the top left.
  3. Select Upload Documents.
  4. Tap on the upload button on the top next to the menu button.
  5. You will be asked to give the app access to your files.
  6. Next, select Files or Content from other apps, depending on what you want to upload.
  7. Selecting ‘Files’ will take you to your phone’s storage (within the app) from where you can navigate to where the file is, select it, and tap on Upload.
  8. Content from other apps will open the default file browser of your phone.

Is OnePlus 9R old wine in a new bottle — or something more? We discussed this on Orbital, the Gadgets 360 podcast. Later (starting at 23:00), we talk about the new OnePlus Watch. Orbital is available on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, and wherever you get your podcasts.

For the latest tech news and reviews, follow Gadgets 360 on Twitter, Facebook, and Google News. For the latest videos on gadgets and tech, subscribe to our YouTube channel.

Vineet Washington writes about gaming, smartphones, audio devices, and new technologies for Gadgets 360, out of Delhi. Vineet is a Senior Sub-editor for Gadgets 360, and has frequently written about gaming on all platforms and new developments in the world of smartphones. In his free time, Vineet likes to play video games, make clay models, play the guitar, watch sketch-comedy, and anime. Vineet is available on [email protected], so please send in your leads and tips.

Asus ZenFone 8 Mini Specifications Tipped by Alleged Geekbench Listing, May Be Powered by Snapdragon 888

Amazon Commits $250 Million for India’s Small Businesses as Traders Question Practices

Related Stories

Source link

More articles

Leave a Reply

Subscribe to our newsletter

To be updated with all the latest news, offers and special announcements.

- Advertisement -

Latest article

Parental Control Kroha review | TechRadar

Parental Control Kroha is an unusual Android app which covers the child protection basics, then claims to go much further, all for a...

OnePlus Nord CE 5G vs OnePlus Nord Comparison: Finding the Better Nord

The OnePlus Nord CE 5G is the latest addition to the OnePlus lineup, and will appeal to people on a budget since it...

An upcoming Chrome feature bridges the gap between all your devices even further

Google has long positioned Chrome as the de-facto standard for a cross-platform browser, allowing you to sync your experience across phones, tablets, and...

Realme X9 Pro, Realme X9 Could Launch Soon, CMO Francis Wong’s Tweet Hints at India Launch

Realme X9 Pro and Realme X9 are tipped to launch in China soon. The Realme X9 series will succeed the Realme X7 lineup from...

Facebook, WhatsApp Urge Delhi High Court to Stay CCI Notice in Privacy Policy Matter

Facebook and WhatsApp on Monday urged the Delhi High Court to stay the Competition Commission of India (CCI) notice asking them to furnish...
- Advertisement -