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Translate your content

Translating your content in Texterify is super easy. We offer two different ways how you can edit your translations:

  • Keys view

    For most translation work we recommend the Keys view which gives you a familiar table-styled side-by-side language translation possibility. You can show as many languages as you like next to each other.

  • Translation editor

    The Translation editor is recommended if you are editing long texts and need more space and detailed information about the translation you are currently working on.

You can always switch between these two views at any time.

Keys view#

Click on Keys in the left sidebar to get to the keys site.

Keys view

Editing content#

By clicking on a text in the table you can start editing the text. When you click somewhere else or just press Enter the text is saved.

Show/hide specific columns#

By clicking on the language labels above the keys table (see 1 in the image above) you can hide show the columns that you need or don't need.

View history#

To view the history of a key click on the dots in the last column of the row (see 2 in the image above) and then click on History. By selecting a language in the history view you can filter only for changes of a certain language.

Activate/deactivate HTML content#

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This feature is a paid feature and is only available in some paid plans or during the trial period. See pricing plans for more information.

To toggle HTML mode of a key click on the dots in the last column of the row (see 2 in the image above) and then click on HTML. If you turn off HTML mode we will automatically convert the content of the key to the HTML format at export time.

caution

Switching between HTML mode and non HTML mode alters the content of your translations because we need to convert your translations between different formats, so make sure that your translations are fine after activating/deactivating.

Translation editor#

To open the Translation editor go to your Overview page by clicking Overview in the left sidebar and then click on Open editor.

Translation editor

Editing content#

To translate a certain key select one on the left side of the screen. After clicking on a key the translation editor shows you two languages with fields where you can enter your translations. If you are done translating your content for a certain language click on Save changes. You can switch which two languages are shown next to each other by selecting a different language from the dropdown menu.

View history#

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This feature is a paid feature and is only available in some paid plans or during the trial period. See pricing plans for more information.

When you select a key the history of the translations for this key is shown on the right. By selecting a language in the history view you can filter only for changes of a certain language.