To begin ordering translations, access the Projects app. Projects are collections of orders you organize into the same topic and through which you can request multiple translations.
Click on "Projects" in the left panel to enter the app.
This will take you to the Projects view, where you can request and locate existing translations. Click on "New project" to initiate a new translation request.
A new window will appear, guiding you through the necessary steps to request the translation. The first step is to provide the source text for translation. There are two ways to provide the source text:
1 - Typing/Pasting: Enter the content directly into the text box. Make sure to select the desired format for your content generation and click "Generate File." Once generated, click "Next.
2 - File Upload: Upload a file in one of our several supported formats. You can clear the content by removing the selected file. The file format should be automatically detected, but please verify its correctness to ensure translation quality. Add files by clicking "Select a file" to open a new window, or drag and drop them to the designated area.
Once you have completed the steps, click the "Next" button in the bottom right corner of the screen. If the button is greyed out, you most likely have missed one of the required fields.
Each uploaded file will correspond to an Order within the Project.
In the next step, you will need to select the Pipeline Group to be used for the translation.
In the next step, you will:
- Proceed to select the source language.
- Choose one or more target languages.
In the final step, we will ask you to confirm the Project details before submitting the request.
The request will then be sent to our translation pipeline. At this stage, translation requests will be processed and follow the translation flow based on the selected Pipelines.
Once the order is ready, you will receive an email notification informing you that the order has been completed, and the status on the Portal will be updated accordingly.
Note: Check the instructions on how to download the completed translation here.