The Voice 2016 will once again allow viewers to vote for free online, it's been confirmed.
It's the latest BBC One series to allow voting via the channel's website, following Strictly Come Dancing.
But in order to vote you must first register for a free BBC ID.
You can also vote as usual via mobiles and landline telephones with the details given out by hosts Emma Willis and Marvin Humes in the show.
And don't forget, as always, you can also play along at home via the official BBC Voice UK mobile app, available for free for Android and iOS devices.
In the first live show tonight on BBC One only eight of the final 12 artists will face the public vote.
Once all twelve acts have sung in Saturday's Quarter Final, each coach will chose a 'fast pass' contestant who will be saved and go automatically through to next weekend's live semi-final show.
The remaining eight artists will then face the vote with the four who receive the least overall support going home whichever team they're on.
That means that one coach could lose two acts while another may keep all their singers, unlike in the show's early years.
After the Quarter Final and in next week's semi-final all acts will face the public, again with the most popular four being saved.
It means that come the final there may be coaches with no acts and one team could still be full.
The Voice UK live shows air Saturday nights on BBC One with the results later on the same evening.