How Changes are Tracked
The Applanga changelog can be accessed on project, language and string level through the Changes button at the top-right corner (1) or the clock icon below the string ID (2).
In the change log, by default, all translation changes are shown chronologically starting with the most recent change. The log can be filtered by type of event, user, and timeframe via the dropdowns at the top. Select the appropriate criteria then click the Filter button to update the log output.
The default display mode is a Diff View, highlighting changes through color-coding: green highlighted characters were added, red ones redacted. Clicking on any change log entry will switch the presentation to a From/To view, showing both versions in full.
The individual logs within the changelog shows users three pieces of information: the change or event, which user applied the change or event, and when the change or event occurred. Users have the option to filter which events are visible in the changelog. There are three main filters.
The first option limits the changelog filter to the types of changes. Some of the most helpful filters include the following:
The second option limits the changelog filter to the user that applied the changes. There are some default Applanga users in the user dropdown.
The third option limits the changelog filter to the timeframe in which changes were applied. Users have the option to apply a custom date range to help track and identify specific changes.
Once the three options are selected, click Filter to apply them to the changelog.