Starting today, you can add glossary terms directly inside the translation editor.
Simply click the Add term button in the Glossary tab; from there, add the term, select the part of speech, and provide the translation for the term.
To edit or delete a glossary term, hit the View glossary link.
And that’s it!
UPDATED 9 September 2015: The new Navigation menu is now live!
We’re really excited to introduce our latest update, a new, persistent Navigation menu that provides a more straightforward way to navigate around Transifex and help you know where you are.
Enter the New Main Navigation
On Wednesday, 9 September, when you log into Transifex, you will be greeted by the new Navigation menu, which is part of a bigger change to Transifex UI.
In place of the upper and bottom menu, we now have a single main navigation menu that lets you access both Organization and User-level pages of Transifex.
I can already hear you saying, “I can have everything in one place, who would have imagined!?” …but wait, there’s more! 🙂
The new Navigation menu is now persistent. It’ll follow you around as you move throughout Transifex, giving you easy access to everything.
The Main Navigation Links
On the left side of the new Navigation menu, you have links to the most frequently-used Organization pages: Dashboard, Teams, Reports, and Orders. If you’re on the the Teams page, for instance, jumping to the Reports page is just one click away.
The Organization Dropdown
On the right side of the new Navigation menu, you can easily find the Organization Dropdown.
Here, you can access your Organization Settings and Subscription (previously called the Billing page), get an eagle eye view of all Organizations you are involved with, as well as create a new organization!
The User Account Dropdown
Right next to the Organization Dropdown, you can find your Avatar and the accompanying dropdown where you can see your notifications and change your account settings.
We hope you like the new Navigation menu. Feel free to let us know what you think in the comments below!
If you work with a lot of teams and projects in Transifex, we’ve got some great improvements for you that’ll give you more flexibility in structuring your organization.
Project languages are decoupled from teams
With today’s update, languages now work on a project level. Each project has its own set of languages that it’s being translated to. You will still have to assign a project to a team, but teams are simply groups of people who translate to certain languages.
This setup lets you reuse one team across multiple projects, even if each project is being translated to a different set of languages. Here’s a look at the new structure of things:
You’ll find this change reflected in a new “Edit languages” button in the Dashboard and Project Overview page. Hitting that button reveals a popup with a list of the languages that particular project is being translated to. There, you can also add new languages to the project, as well as see the requested languages.
Adding new languages to an existing project
Say you added Greek to your iOS project. If the team assigned to the iOS project doesn’t already have someone translating to Greek, all you have to do is go to the People tab (formerly Teams & Languages) and invite someone to translate to Greek. It’s important to note that this won’t add Greek to the other projects that are assigned to the team, since languages work on a project level.
Creating new projects
When you create a new project, you’ll see that assigning a team and selecting the project’s target language are now two separate steps. If you assign the project to an existing team, all the languages of the team will be added to the project by default. You can still remove languages from the list, or add other ones to the project.
Transferring projects between teams
One great thing about decoupling project languages from teams is that you don’t have to worry about matching languages when transferring a project from one team to another. Simply assign the project to the new team, then invite your collaborators!
Dedicated page for reviewing team join requests
Each team in your organization now has its own page for reviewing and approving join requests. Enter this page by going to the People tab, then clicking the “Pending join requests” link to the right of the team name.
Join requests are split between new and existing languages, then grouped by language. You can even accept or deny requests in bulk!
New “Join team” button on Project Overview Page
In the Project Overview page of public projects, there’s a new Join team button. This makes it easy for translators to request access to a team. In the popup, they’ll be able to specify which language they want to help translate or review.
We hope you like the changes! We’d love to hear your feedback.