Almost 1,100 people have filed their tax return online in Jersey.
The new web-based system went live in January, with the government saying it is a quicker and more convenient way of processing their tax than by using the paper forms.
It forms part of a wider programme of digitisation of government services - however, the government says that paper forms are not being phased out yet.
The deadline for filing a tax return online is 31 July - two months later than the paper deadline of 31 May 2020.
The government says 81% of those who have used the service have rated it at four stars or above out of five.