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Web Application's Domain Change

Transifex web application's domain changes from to

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What changes?

Starting April 3rd, 2023, the transifex web application's domain changes from to, while the API will remain unaffected.

Our marketing website will still be accessible via; the only change is how you access your organization through the browser.

For example, URLs such as: 

and any URL related to this organization will be relocated to:

Transifex will automatically redirect all requests made to the old domain until July 3rd, 2023, so you can have enough time to update any links you are using or sharing.


Changing our web application’s domain provides several benefits, including:

  • The ability to enhance flexibility in integrating new features on both the marketing website and the app.

  • Better, faster, and more stable experience.

  • Improved security measures at the application and infrastructure levels by creating a separation of concerns.

How am I affected?

Between April 3rd and July 3rd

For the first three months (April 3rd to July 3rd), you should experience no change.


  • If you have an organization with SSO enabled, certain actions, such as installing new integrations and context for files, will not be available until your SSO settings are updated. However, you should still be able to carry out your daily localization tasks without disruption.

  • If you use Transifex Live and you load the live.js script from your own domain instead of Transifex CDN, you will need to get the latest version of live.js. Furthermore, if you have implemented any custom security settings for, you should update them to

  • If you use Transifex translation widgets for your public projects to display your project's translation statistics on your website as an interactive chart, then you will need to update the script by replacing with

After July 3rd

Any browser URL directing to your organization via will no longer be functional. It's important to note that this change will not affect API URLs. Any integrations built with Transifex using our API will remain unaffected, and Transifex's integrations should continue to operate smoothly.

What do I need to do?

Between April 3rd and July 3rd

  • We kindly request that you update any URLs shared with your team or used in any other way that direct to your organization, such as the following example:, to the new domain,

  • Organizations with SSO enabled will need to update the SSO provider settings starting April 3rd to ensure access to all transifex actions. Specifically:

    - Single Sign On URL

    - Recipient URL

    - Destination URL

    - Audience Restriction

Please contact our support at if you have any questions.

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