Project Overview

Get a bird's-eye view of your Project

When you bring up a Project, you will see the Project Overview page, which displays details about your Project.

Suggested Languages

In the Suggested languages panel you can see a list of the most popular languages in the world, and if you would like, you can click the Add link to add one of those languages.

Next to each language you will either see:

  • The number of people in the world who speak that language
    • e.g. 75,000,000 speakers
  • The number of users who have that specific language set as their preferred language in their browser when visiting your site over the past 30 days.
    • e.g. 791 visitors prefer this language

Enabled Languages

This shows the list of languages that you have enabled in your Project, along with the number of visitors who actually viewed your translated site in that language over the past 30 days.

If you have a limited budget for purchasing human translations, you could use the number of visitors as a way to decide where best to spend your human translation budget.

Project Information

The information panel shows the following details about your Project:

  • Project Name, along with an option to Edit your Project Settings
  • Automatically order translations: shows whether you have elected to have machine translations generated for newly published content
  • Source language: The source language of the Project
  • Translating to: The list of target languages into which you are translating your content
  • Project key: Your unique Project Key - this is needed to integrate Localize into your website

Project Usage

This shows some usage data for your Project.

  • Project Pageviews: This shows the number of pageviews for your Project in the last 30 days. (not applicable in Mobile App projects)
  • Phrase count: Show the number of active and pending phrases in your Project

Updated 7 months ago

Project Overview

Get a bird's-eye view of your Project

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