Searching for Translation Memory Entries
To access the TM Strings tab, click on "Strings" in the main top menu and then click "TM Strings".
Alternatively, navigate to your project's Settings page > General > Manage Translation Memory, and you will be directed to the same page with the specific project preselected in the Project filter.
You have two options to search for TM entries: type your source text in the search box and click the Search button, or utilize the various filters to refine your search results.
If a TM entry is pluralized, all its plural forms are grouped together. You can expand this entry using the arrow button on the right-hand side and see translations in all plural forms for a specific target language.
The available filters (the ones shown above) allow you to find easily:
TM entries that belong to one or more projects
TM entries that belong to a specific TM group
TM entries that contain specific source text (filter: Source Text)
TM entries that are related to a specific target language (filter: Target Language - you can search for TM entries across multiples languages at once)
TM entries that were added to the project's TM by a specific user as a result of a new translation submitted (filter: Translated by)
TM entries that were last used before or after a specific date
TM entries that were added to the project's TM by a specific user as a result of reviewing translations, or TMX file upload (filter: Added by)
TM entries that were added to the project's TM via translation, review, or TMX file upload (filter: Added via)
TM entries that were added to the project’s TM before or after a specific date via translation, review, or TMX file upload (filter: Added before, Added after)
Viewing Translation Memory entry's details
To find more information about a specific TM entry, click on the "View TM entry details" icon, and additional information will be displayed on the right as follows:
Editing Translation Memory entries
On the TM Strings page, you can easily locate the desired TM entries and make changes to their translation text directly. To modify such an entry, use the following steps:
Hover your mouse over the translation text of the entry you're interested in, and you'll see a pencil icon that you can use to make edits.
After clicking on it, a Raw editor will be displayed, allowing you to make your edits. The Raw editor is similar to the one found in the Transifex Web Editor. Variables and HTML code are shown as plain text.
Click the Save changes button to apply your edits, which will be instantly updated.
After submitting your changes, the Translation Memory entry's details will be updated, showing information about the user who made the edits.
Deleting Translation Memory entries
Through the TM Strings page, you can remove a specific TM entry or select multiple entries and delete them all at once.
Delete a single TM entry
Find the TM entry you want to remove from your TM instance and use the delete icon to delete it:
Click on the "View TM entry details" icon of the TM entry you are interested in, check the information included there, and then decide if you want to delete it or not using the delete button at the bottom.
Delete multiple TM entries at once
Select the desired TM entries you would like to remove from your TM instance and click the delete button:
A confirmation dialog will show up asking for confirmation before proceeding:
Access Rights for TM Strings Tab
Admin rights grant permission to access the TM strings tab.
Ability to search TM entries across all projects in the organization.
Delete TM entries across all projects in the organization.
Maintainer rights allow access to the TM strings tab.
Ability to search TM entries across:
all projects they maintain and
those projects that belong to the same TM group or TM priorities as the projects they maintain.
Delete TM entries only within the projects they maintain.
Team Managers/Language Coordinators/Reviewers/Translators
Users with these roles in the organization can access the TM strings tab.
They can search TM entries across:
all projects they have access to and
those projects that belong to the same TM group or TM priorities as the projects they have access to.