After opening the Confluence app, four management tabs will appear on the right.
From these tabs, choose your translation settings and preferences and set up a translation profile.
|On this tab...||Do these things...|
|Choose which Lingotek resources to use while translating.
Choose a workflow, project, and filter configuration.
|Choose which Confluence space to translate and which target languages to translate into.|
Set up default translation settings.
|Choose which Translation Profile to apply to different types of content (blogs, pages, posts, etc).|
Automate Translation with Translation Profiles
Translation Profiles make it easy to automatically and systematically apply translation preferences. They bundle automated translation settings in a convenient profile that can be used over and over on any type of content.
As a package, a translation profile automates the entire translation process. For example, a translation profiles can be set to automatically recognize when a source file is updated and request its immediate translation.
For example, a translation profile can spell out:
- Which Lingotek project and workflow to use
- Which target languages to translate into
- How often content is sent to translation
- Whether to exclude target languages
Choosing a workflow automates even more translation settings. Workflows spell out:
- Which translation steps to include (e.g. Translation + Review)
- Which linguists to assign (e.g. Chinese team, Korean team)
- Which automatic notifications to send (e.g. Notify the reviewer when translation is done)
- Which language resources (TM vaults, glossaries) to use
Tip: Create as many (or few) translation profiles as you like.
Set Up Translation Profiles