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Words and segments overview
Words and segments overview
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You can manage the project's progress on the project overview page. To access it, follow the next steps:

  1. Click "Workspace" on the left-side navigation panel.

  2. Choose "Projects" and select the project you want to overview.

On the project overview page, you can track the following:

  1. Source language

  2. Target language(s)

  3. Overview by words with statuses

  4. Overview by segments with statuses

For your convenience, we combined all statuses besides "Approved" in the one "Not approved" group. You can click the arrow to expand this group and overview all the statuses in detail. Click again on "Not approved" to collapse the list.

Let's take a look at the segment overview:

  1. Switch panel between words and segments overview.

  2. "Add language" button (to add target language(s).

  3. Progress bar. Initially, you can see the progress based on the approved segment. If you click on the "Not approved" to expand all the statuses, you will see the progress bar with all the statuses.

    1. Click on the status at the progress bar, and you will be redirected to the editor panel with segments that relate to it.

  4. Not approved segments per language.

  5. Approved segments per language.

  6. Segments with failed quality checks.

  7. Last update of the language's segments.

  8. "Go to editor" button.

  9. Language management tools:

    1. Set a language as a source (for target languages only;)

    2. Go to the work reports.

    3. Delete language (for target languages only;)

Words overview:

With the words overview, you can see all the same data; the one thing is that instead of the number of segments, you will have the number of source and target languages per language per specific status.

T - target language words - click on the number to see the words in the editor.

S - source language words - click on the number to see the words in the editor.

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