In this article, you will find how to exclude word(s) such as brand name, navigation on menu bar, etc to be never translated or always translated in a custom way which is called Glossary feature.

The rules added to the Glossary allows translating some words in a specific way so that helps you a lot in managing your translation.

Requirements:

- Only available in GROWTH, PREMIUM plan.

- Growth: able to add 100 rules

- Premium: able to add 500 rules

Please be advised that this is function to set up Settings to DEFINE never translate or translate a specific text(s) in a custom way. After setting, to make Glossary rule work, you need to click Translate those texts/contents in Manage Content as usual process to make the rule applied.

- The Glossary function only start to apply and work after you've done setting rule at the beginning before translating any content, then you need to Translate those contents in Manage Content to make it translated as your wish. If you already translated a specific word before setting rule for it, Glossary rule won't work, in this case you need to click Translate that word again in Manage Content then Glossary rule will be applied.

NOTE: When downgrading plan, rules will be inactive in Glossary and the function will be limited according to per plan

How to use Glossary?

First, go to Dashboard >> Translation >> Glossary
Click on "Add new rule"



Select the type of rule you want to apply to your translations: Never translate or Always translate.
Enter text (default word) that you want to set rule
Select target language if you want the rule to be applied to all the language or just for a specific one
Select resource (product/collection/etc) to apply the rule
Check on "Use the same translation for all selected languages" if you want to apply the rule for all those languages or Uncheck if you want to custom in a specific way for each language.



Click on the "Add" button.

Now, your rule has been automatically added to the Translation exceptions list.

NOTE:

- Please be sure you're on available plan (Growth or Premium plan) to grab this function and the Glossary only apply for Advance language type which contents are in Manage Content.

- Texts applied in Glossary will be always translated correctly corresponding to the contents defined in rules.

- Can’t create many rules with the same default word in the same language and resource page. If the app detects the duplicates, it’ll pop a message to alert.



- In case you delete any target language then the rule with that specific target language will be deleted as well.

- In this basic version, the function does not detect special characters such as ' ! # etc yet, we're still on progress to improve this point.

- Please make sure your words do not reach the character limit. Otherwise, you might see the notice message.

Example:



- After adding a rule, you can edit that rule by click on the rule row or open tab (...) under Action





- Also, you can do other actions (Pin/Unpin/Delete) rules

- Instead of Delete the rule, you can deactivate the rule temporarily so your new translation won't be affected. You can do action in bulk for many rules at once



- Just turn ON/OFF the Status button on each rule to Activate or Deactivate rule

- You can search, filter type/case/status



Case sensitive

If you tick the 'Case-sensitive' option, the app will not make the difference between uppercase and lowercase characters in the content (Text field)

Example: CASE-SENSITIVE ON: The rule will be applied only to the words 'Orange'



CASE-SENSITIVE OFF: The rule will be applied to the words 'Orange', 'orange', 'ORANGE' or 'oRangE' etc

Reference

How to edit translated content manually in Transcy app?

Hope this helps you a lot.

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