Adding Your Files for Translation

This article describes how you can manage your translations and language packs. All file related management is done on the 'Files' -tab. If you don't see the 'Files' -tab, you don't have sufficient access rights. If you know that you need them, please request your project Administrator to update your user rights.

Sending Master Files for Translation

Glossary: Master files are the files that will be translated in the editor.

Master files are the files that are source for the translations. There are several different ways to upload and manage files but here we describe the most obvious way, i.e. through the web interface. Files can be managed on the 'Files' tab under your project:

Master files

You can upload multiple files and even different file formats. It's easy to get started with the web interface but if you have a lot of files, it might be easier to use another tool, for example Get Localization Command-Line Interface (CLI) or API. You can however also upload multiple similar files in a single ZIP file from web interface.

To upload a new file, click the 'Upload new file' link. This will open the following dialog:

Uploading new file

Here you can choose the file, file format and language.

Localization File

This is the file you want to translate to multiple languages. Select it from your file system.

Format

This is the file format, e.g. Android or iOS. You can find all supported file formats described here in the library. If your file format is not supported and you would like to have it supported, please let us know via support desk.

Language

Language where you are translating from. It's recommended that all your master files are in same language e.g. in English.

Other Ways To Upload Files

You can use the integration tools that can be found from your project settings. For example Get Localization Command-Line Interface.

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