This article provides an overview of the details and settings available within a Pipeline Group on the Unbabel Portal. When accessing a Pipeline Group, users can view important information, including content type, associated subscription, and integration options. Additionally, the Pipeline Group can be customized with default values and instructions to streamline the translation process.
Exploring Pipeline Group Details
Upon opening a Pipeline Group, users gain access to an overview of its specific details and settings. This includes the following information:
Content Type: The content type highlights the specific type of content that the Pipeline Group is designed to handle. It serves as a reference for selecting the appropriate Pipeline Group for translation tasks.
Subscription: The subscription associated with the Pipeline Group indicates where translation credits will be deducted from. This ensures accurate tracking of translation usage and billing.
Integrations: The integrations section provides a list of all the platforms or systems where the Pipeline Group can be used. It helps users identify compatible integrations for seamless translation workflows.
Pipeline Groups offer customization options to tailor the translation process according to specific requirements. These options include:
Formality Level: Users can choose the desired tone or formality level based on cultural requirements specific to the language pair of the pipeline. This ensures translations align with the intended audience and linguistic conventions.
Glossary: Glossaries are powerful tools to maintain brand consistency and voice throughout translations. Within a Pipeline Group, users can associate a glossary with a unique ID, allowing easy reference and integration with translation setups.
Translation Memory ID: Translation Memory (TM) enables the reuse of previously translated segments, enhancing translation consistency and efficiency. Users can assign a Translation Memory ID to a Pipeline Group, facilitating the use of TM resources within the translation process.
External Unbabel ID: For specific integrations, an External Unbabel ID can be utilized to configure the Pipeline Group. This ID streamlines the setup process and ensures seamless integration with external systems.
Pipeline Groups provide the ability to define default instructions that are displayed to human editors during the translation process. These instructions are based on the default settings of the Pipeline Group but can be further customized per pipeline, offering flexibility and control.
Note: Glossaries and Translation Memories can be purchased and managed by upgrading to a subscription, providing access to enhanced translation resources and capabilities.
To explore and customize Pipeline Groups, navigate to the respective section within the Unbabel Portal's interface. Detailed instructions and options are available to help optimize translation workflows and achieve desired linguistic outcomes.