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Making branches part of your localization process
Making branches part of your localization process

Speed up your localization workflows by incorporating Transifex branches into your process.

Nina Eleftheriadou avatar
Written by Nina Eleftheriadou
Updated over a week ago

One of the goals of any developer is to create an Agile Localization Workflow using Transifex that allows one to make iterative changes to their source files. Every git branch has its own copy of these files. Branches are created, merged, and deployed at a speedy rate.

Users need to develop and translate in a parallel and more efficient way. To assist the developer workflow and support modern software development, we offer the option to work with multiple branches while localizing your content in Transifex. This enables developers, translators, and localization managers to work in parallel on the same content, to change translations, or to introduce new content for localization.

To learn more about branches in Transifex, please check the "Working with branches" article.


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