System-generated Labels

When new phrases are added to your dashboard by Localize, system-generated labels will be automatically added to specific content types.

These labels can be used to filter your phrases to help you find specific types of content, e.g. title tags and meta descriptions, etc.

The following are the types of system labels available.

SEO-Related Metadata

The following system labels are added to phrases that contain metadata from the <head> section of your website.

Localize highly recommends that you have human translators craft the language in these tags and attributes as a best practice for SEO.

Label Name



Phrase is the text from a description meta tag


Phrase is the text from a keywords meta tag


Phrase is the text from a Facebook Open Graph: Description meta tag


Phrase is the text from a Facebook Open Graph: Title meta tag


Phrase is the text from a Twitter: Description meta tag


Phrase is the text from a Twitter: Title meta tag


Phrase is the text from a title tag

<meta name="description" content="this is a phrase" />
<meta name="keywords" content="this is a phrase, keyword 2, keyword 3" />
<meta name="og:description" content="this is a phrase" />
<meta name="og:title" content="this is a phrase" />
<meta name="twitter:description" content="this is a phrase" />
<meta name="twitter:title" content="this is a phrase" />
<title>this is a phrase</title>


Example Use Case: Find All SEO-related Phrases

  • To find all SEO-related phrases you can select the following system labels:
    • lzm-meta-description
    • lzm-meta-keywords
    • lzm-meta-og:description
    • lzm-meta-og:title
    • lzm‑meta‑twitter:description
    • lzm-meta-twitter:title
    • lz-page-title
  • It's a best practice to have these phrases translated by a human so that they are more accurate for the search engines to find and when displayed in the search results.
    • To check which of these phrases have not yet been translated by a human, combine this filter with the Translated By filter and select **No Human Translation".

HTML Attributes

The following system labels are added to phrases that contain specific HTML attributes in the <body> section of your website.

Label Name



Phrase is the text from an alt attribute


Phrase is the text from an aria-label attribute


Phrase contains an isolate, data-isolate or class="localize-isolate" attribute


Phrase is the text from a placeholder attribute


Phrase contains a pluralize or data-pluralize attribute


Phrase is the text from a title attribute
NOTE: This is NOT the page title!


The phrase contains the src attribute with a URL from an audio element.


The phrase contains a variable that was created in the dashboard using the Define Variables feature.


The phrase contains a <var> tag


The phrase contains a URL for the source language image file.

<img src="some_URL" alt="this is a phrase" />

<p aria-label="this is a phrase">Another phrase</p>

<p class="localize-isolate">this is a phrase</p>
<p data-isolate>this is a phrase</p>
<p isolate>this is a phrase</p>

<input type="text" placeholder="this is a phrase">Another phrase</input>

You have <var pluralize="1">one</var> notification.
You have <var data-pluralize="1">one</var> notification.

<p title="this is a phrase">This is a different phrase.</p>

My roommate's name is: <var roommate>Nicole</var>.

Informational Labels

These labels are automatically applied to all phrases if they meet the following criteria.

Label Name



The phrase is not in the source language of your project.

  • Helpful for finding and bulk-blocking non-source language content.


The phrase contains a number.

  • Helpful for finding dates, currency, and other numbers.

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