Using Review Mode
This article is for Account Owners, Project Managers, and Translation Resources
Once Review Mode has been enabled, you can begin to use this tool to quickly and easily proofread translations without being distracted by advanced CAT tool features.
Launching Review Mode
If Review Mode is enabled on a workflow step, to launch the interface, click on a Job from the Jobs Dashboard that is ready for Review. This will launch the simplified review interface that you see in the screenshot above.
The translations panel appears below the visual context panel in the Review Mode interface. It shows a text view of the currently selected string, including showing tags and placeholders.
Approve or Reject Content
You can choose to approve a string or reject it. There are a few different ways to do this.
- Click the Reject or Approve button in the translation list
- Hovering over an active string in context will show a Reject button
- Pressing Enter will approve a string, pressing Delete will reject it
You can edit strings by clicking on a translation in the translation panel. This will open an edit view showing the source and translation side by side. Any quality check errors will be shown below the editing box. Click Save when you're finished and ready to save your edits.
- “Tab” key will move to the next string
- "Up/Down" keys will move up and down the translation list
- “Enter” key approves a string
- "Delete" key rejects a string
Submit a Document
To finish the reviewing task, press the Submit Document button. Any strings that have not yet been rejected or approved will be approved and submitted when you press the submit button. After clicking Submit Document you’ll see a confirmation modal outlining how many strings have already been rejected or approved and how many have had no action taken.
Switching between Documents
Some jobs will have multiple “documents” or pages, which are shown in the left sidebar. A document is divided depending on what type of content is in the job. For example, if there were two files in a job, each file would be its own document. For a GDN project, two different URLs would be two documents. To switch between documents, click on the image in the sidebar.
The context panel appears above the Translations Panel and contains a visual representation of your document or page. Click the black up arrow below any document or page to resize the Context Panel. Click the Gear Icon in the bottom left to change your Context Settings:
Some strings are associated with visual context, but can’t be viewed in context. For example, a title tag for a webpage, or text in a hidden panel. These strings will be shown in the translations panel with a “May Not Be Visible” indicator.
Not seeing Visual Context in the context panel of Review Mode? You may need to integrate with one of our visual context capture tools.