Organizations

The Organization is the overarching organizational structure in your Localize account.

The Organization is the overarching organizational structure in your Localize account, where you can manage all your Projects and the Team members associated with the organization. Typically, the Organization name is your company name. After the Organization has been created, you can begin setting up the various Projects that will be translated through Localize.

You create your Organization when you first sign up for a Localize account.

On the Manage Organization page you will see a summary bar at the top which shows you the following information:

  • The current Subscription Plan you are on
  • The number of Active Projects
  • The maximum number of languages used in any one Project
  • The number of Team Members in the Organization
  • The combined number of pageviews across all Projects in the Organization

    This information is aggregated across all of your Projects so that you may monitor how close you are to your Plan limits.

Organization Details

When in the Manage Organization page, click Settings to view the overall settings for that Organization.

Organization Settings

Organization Name

  • Here you can name your Organization. Usually, this is the name of your company.

Mandatory two-factor authentication for all team members

  • When this checkbox is selected, all users in the organization (including yourself) will be required to setup two-factor authentication before using Localize.

Show team members based on projects

  • When this checkbox is selected, this setting will prevent Team Members in an Organization from seeing each other on the team page unless they have access to the same Projects.

Allow Localize employees access to Organization

  • When enabled, Localize employees will be allowed access to your Organization when required to provide account support (for example, to assist with debugging a problem in connection with a support ticket, or to assist with account onboarding).

Mandatory Google Login

  • When enabled, all users in the organization (including yourself) will be required to login to Localize using Google oAuth login.

Notifications

Send notifications email for pageview limit

  • When this checkbox is selected, you will receive email notifications when your total pageviews exceed 20%, 40%, 60%, 80% of your Plan's allowed limit in a rolling 30-day period.

Send notification emails for machine limit

  • When this checkbox is selected, you will receive email notifications when your machine translations exceed 20%, 40%, 60%, 80% of your Plan's allowed limit in a rolling 30-day period.

Billing

When in the Organizations: Settings tab, click Billing to view your billing details.

Your Plan

  • This shows your subscription plan name and plan limits.
  • Clicking the Change Plan button will allow you to upgrade or downgrade your account.

Your Card

Auto-Upgrade

  • When auto-upgrade is enabled, your plan will upgrade to the next tier after you have surpassed your current pageview limit. Click here for details.
  • Auto-Upgrade is enabled by default when you create a new Organization.

Plan Usage

This table shows the amounts used and the amounts allowed for the following features allowed in your current subscription plan:

  • Languages: The max # of languages used in any one project
  • Projects: The total # of projects
  • Team Members: The total # of team members
  • Machine Translations: Total # of characters of machine translations generated over the last 30 days
  • Pageviews: Total # of pageviews for your Organization across all Projects for the last 30 days

Invoices

When in the Organizations: Settings tab, click Invoices.

Here you can setup, view and print your invoices. Find out more...


API Keys

When in the Manage Organizations area: click API Keys

API Keys

Here you can view and add API Keys for your Organization. API Keys are required if you are using our REST API.

Project Keys

Here you can view the Name and Project Key for each of your Projects.


Multiple Organizations

You may also create multiple Organizations, when necessary. However, keep in mind that each Organization will have its own subscription plan with separate billing, teams, pageview limits, etc. One example where multiple Organizations might be useful is in a large company with multiple cost centers or departments who wish to manage their translations separately. Each Organization will have it's own billing and subscription Plan, with separate Projects and Teams.

Creating a New Organization

  1. Click on your Organization and Project name in the upper/left part of the screen.
  1. Click on Switch Organization in the pop-up dialog.
  1. Select Create Organization.
  1. Enter the organization name and select Create Organization.

Switching Organizations

  1. Click on your Organization and Project name in the upper/left part of the screen.
  1. Click on Switch Organization in the pop-up dialog.
  1. Click on the Organization name to switch to that organization.

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Organizations


The Organization is the overarching organizational structure in your Localize account.

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