Streamlining GST Data Retrieval in Purchase: A Step-by-Step Guide

Now you can directly fetch the purchase GST data from the GST portal in no time with help of Suvit's exceptional "Get GST Data" feature. Read on to know more about its steps and user guide.

In S/P accessing GST (Goods and Services Tax) data has never been easier. With the introduction of the "Get GST Data" button, users can now seamlessly retrieve their GST data directly from the master GST API. This article provides a comprehensive guide on how to use this new feature to fetch GST data efficiently.

Step 1: Accessing the "Get GST Data" Button To initiate the GST data retrieval process, locate and click on the "Get GST Data" button within your S//P.


Step 2: Pop-Up Selection Upon clicking the button, a pop-up window will appear, prompting the user to enter specific information: Once you enter the information, you will be asked to enter the OTP.


Step 3: Selecting the Time Range To specify the desired period for GST data retrieval, users can select a time range using date pickers or other relevant tools provided within the pop-up window. This allows users to narrow down the data they want to fetch, whether it's for a specific month, quarter, or year.

Step 4: Saving Your Selection After providing the necessary information and selecting the time range, users should click the "Save" button to confirm their choices and proceed with data retrieval. The platform will then initiate the data-fetching process from the master GST API.

Step 5: Viewing Fetched Data Once the data has been successfully fetched, the platform will present the retrieved files as a listing page. Users can navigate and view the fetched data within this interface.


Step 6: Mapping, Saving, and Sending Following data retrieval, users can perform various actions on the fetched GST data, such as:

a. Mapping: Map the retrieved data to the corresponding sections or categories, ensuring accurate record-keeping and compliance.

b. Saving: Save the mapped data to preserve it for future reference or reporting.

c. Sending: If required, users can send the data to designated recipients, such as tax authorities, accountants, or other stakeholders.