Follow the next steps to order the professional translators for your project.
Click on the "Marketplace" at the left-side navigation panel.
Click "Order translation."
At the new translation order page follow the next steps:
Select a project.
Add description to the order - you can provide any important information translators should consider.
Choose the target languages you are interested in.
At the right side of the page the system will calculate automatically the price for your order.
Read and agree to the terms and conditions and click "Place order."
Select segments for translation orders
You can specify the segments for translation orders by clicking the arrow against the source language. Here, you can choose the status of the segments that should be sent for translation and the files where these segments are located.
You should also use select the segments for each target language (the language your segments will be translated to). This function provided complete flexibility, as you can progress differently for different languages. Thus, the number of segments for translation can differ based on the target language.
Click the arrow against the target language, select the status of the text segments from the drop-down list, and/or choose the labels assigned to the segments for which you want to order translation. You can use both filtering options, or only one preferred.
Choose the priority of target languages
You can increase the priority of the target languages in your order, which means they will be translated faster and have a higher focus. To do this, click on the "Priority" slider.
Set up the actions
Once the translation order is completed, all the translated data will be stored in the appropriate project. To avoid confusion, you should set the status and, if needed, labels the translated segments should have right after the translating process.
From the drop-down list, choose the status (Draft, Translated, Approved) and set the labels from your list (you can apply as many labels as you need).
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