Managing the Translation Process

Discover the steps for effectively managing the translation process using Transifex.

Stamatios Lamprinoukas avatar
Written by Stamatios Lamprinoukas
Updated over a week ago

Seeing the progress

You can see the overall progress in your Dashboard in the “Overview” mode or look it up in the Progress Reports by resources or languages.


You can receive notifications about:

  • Messages (new discussions, announcements, issues, etc.)

  • Project & Language activity (file 100% translated, resources are added or removed from projects, etc.)

  • Team and Collaborators activity (when you’re added or removed as a team manager, etc.)

  • Orders (order is accepted or delivered)

You can learn more about notifications here.

Prioritize resources

You can prioritize and mark specific resource files as a priority. You can learn more about this feature here.

Use tags

You can use various tags for different purposes (e.g., to tag the most urgent strings for translation or the strings that need a second review). You can learn more about this feature here.

Use filters

You can use various filters within your resource files: to filter by status (translated or not), by tags (if you applied a specific tag), by the translator (if you want to see the strings translated by a particular translator), etc. You can learn more about this feature here.

Lock strings

You can lock complete resource files or individual strings and prevent them from being translated.

You can learn more about it here.

Set translation checks

You can set translation checks to ensure that the translations don’t miss critical elements, such as a variable or a link that could break your website or app. Learn more about this feature here.


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