CHICAGO (CBS) — The Cook County Board of Review, which hears tax appeals, is moving into the 21st Century this week, unveiling a digital appeals process that is fully online, reports WBBM Political Editor Craig Dellimore.

Property tax payers have been able to file appeals of their assessments online since 2011, but the Board of Review, until now, has still reviewed paper records and any supporting materials from taxpayers had to be mailed or brought in.

BOR Commissioner Michael Cabonargi says now all the material can be received and reviewed electronically. He says the system will save two million pieces of paper a year.

You’ll need a computer and email address to file online. Commissioner Larry Rogers says people without those won’t be left out.

“You’ll be able to go to either of our satellite offices or our office here in the County Building,” Rogers said. “We also each engage in very active community outreach programs where we go into the community.”

And they’ll have help filing their appeals.