Import and Export a Glossary

Importing a Glossary

  1. Click on Glossary at the top of the page.
  2. Create a new Glossary if necessary.
  3. Open the Glossary you want to update by clicking Detail under Actions.
  4. Click on Upload .
  5. Download the Excel template.
  6. fill out the template following this structure:
    • Column A: The term in the source language
    • Column B: The term in the target language
    • Column C: Notes and instructions (Optional)
    • 💡 Glossary terms are case sensitive. Please ensure you fill out the template with the correct cases and capitalization, wherever needed.

  7. Return to the Glossary page and click Upload .
  8. Click on Choose File and select the file you just filled out.
  9. Click on Upload to confirm.
  10. Your Glossary will be updated.

⚠️ Limitations for Glossary Upload and Entry Creation

When uploading a Glossary or creating a single entry, please be aware of the following limitations:

  • Both the source and target text should be between 1 to 80 characters long.
  • The notes field should be no longer than 250 characters.
  • The entry should not have been imported already (duplicates are skipped).

These limitations help ensure a smooth Glossary import process and maintain the quality of your Glossary data.

Are you experiencing an issue when importing the template?

Keep in mind the following rules:

  • The file is expected to have a header so the first row is skipped during the import.
  • The file should have three columns. The first column contains the terms in the source language, while the second column contains the term in the target language. You can use the third column to add notes and instructions for the translators.

Exporting a Glossary

  1. Click on Glossary at the top of the page.
  2. Open the Glossary you want to export by clicking Detail under Actions.
  3. Click on Download .
  4. You will download an Excel file that contains all the Terms in the selected Glossary.
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