Our experience, knowledge and lessons learned - all here just for you.
The project dashboard is the entry point of your translation management system. The dashboard lists all your projects and recent activities and gives you a good indication of your translation progress.
Accessing the dashboard
When you first log into LingoHub you will be taken straight to the dashboard which lists all of the projects you either own or are involved with. You can easily switch between projects from the dashboard or from the projects drop-down in the top left navigation bar.
Below is a list of the information visible in the dashboard overview:
1 – Displays the number of target languages of your project.
2 – Displays the number of persons collaborating on the project.
3 – Filter through languages with translations that are completed, in progress, or with issues.
4 – Click to add a new target language to your project.
Another way of adding a target language to your project would be to upload a resource file of the desired language.
For instance, to add the French language to your project, upload a fileName.fr.extension file.
5 – Switch between the text segments and word count view. The text segment view is always selected by default.
6 - Indicator that the status of source text segments can only be set to draft or approved. LingoChecks are also not applicable to the source text segments.
7 - Operations that you can perform on source text segments. You can click...
- translate and you will be redirected to the editor.
- edit to change the source language properties (e.g. language code and fallback language).
8 - Indicator of the target language's translation progress. The completion percentage is based on the number of approved translations.
9 - Indicator for LingoCheck issues. LingoChecks set for some text segments are failing. Clicking on the icon will redirect you to the editor and will display the failing text segments.
10 - Operations that you can perform on a target language. You can choose to translate, to edit the language code and fallback language, to check the activity reports for the language, or to remove the target language from your project. Deleting the language also deletes its resource files.
Congratulations! You finished the article on the dashboard's overview and know all about its basic features. If there's anything we can help you with, please get in touch with our support.