Projects

Projects are used to organize content for your websites and applications

From your Localize Dashboard you can manage and create multiple projects. For example, you can create one project for your main website and one for your help center. See Using Projects to Organize Content for more details about how to organize your content into Projects.


Switching Projects

From the Organization Overview screen in your Localize Dashboard you can view all your Projects and all the information you care about right up front. To work on any project just click on the Project tile.


Finding Projects

You can search for a Project by name or by the Project Key.

Simply start typing in the "Find a Project..." field and the Projects list will be filtered as you type. This is especially helpful when you have a large number of Projects.


Sorting Projects

You can sort your list of Projects alphabetically or chronologically. Simply click the drop-down and select your desired sort criteria.

You can also access your projects in the drop-down project menu. This menu sorts the Projects in reverse-chronological order, showing the newest Projects first.

To jump to a specific page in the Project, click on the Project menu button.

This will open the Project menu, allowing you to navigate directly to the Phrases, Orders, Languages or Project Settings pages within the Project dashboard.


Project Duplication

We provide an ability to copy settings, phrases, and translations from the prior project into a new project. However, the two projects are not permanently linked -- changes in one will not be reflected in the other.

To duplicate a project:

  1. Select the Project in the header.
  2. Select Settings.
  3. Scroll to the bottom of the Settings page to the Project Actions panel.
  4. Select Duplicate project and follow the on-screen instructions.

Projects


Projects are used to organize content for your websites and applications

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