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v2.2

Minor Versionm

by Ron Davis

Introduction

If you find a specific word or phrase that is not translating properly you can add to the Translation Glossary.

This guide demonstrates how to add a word or phrase to your glossary.

  1. Access the Management Console by selecting Manage from the user dropdown menu. Select Translation Glossary from the Configuration section listed in Manage Sidebar.
    • Access the Management Console by selecting Manage from the user dropdown menu.

    • Select Translation Glossary from the Configuration section listed in Manage Sidebar.

    • The Translation Glossary is used to improve the machine translations on your site.

    • It does not serve as a complete list of words translated on your site.

  2. Click on the Add Row button.
    • Click on the Add Row button.

  3. Click in the cell of the new row and add the word or phrase you would like to add the translation for. Continue editing that row, manually transcribing the correct translation of your word or phrase for each language, respectively. Continue editing that row, manually transcribing the correct translation of your word or phrase for each language, respectively.
    • Click in the cell of the new row and add the word or phrase you would like to add the translation for.

    • Continue editing that row, manually transcribing the correct translation of your word or phrase for each language, respectively.

  4. Once you have entered all translations, click the Save Changes button.
    • Once you have entered all translations, click the Save Changes button.

  5. The page will refresh and display a banner across the top, stating you have Successfully saved changes.
    • The page will refresh and display a banner across the top, stating you have Successfully saved changes.

    • Read How to Manage your Glossary to learn how to edit and modify your Glossary.

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