The Editor view filter offers two different types of filters:
- Predefined Filters
- Custom Filters
This filter includes the following options:
Strings that have a target published translation. In case of base language, it means IDs with source text.
All strings without translation content. In case of base language, it means IDs without source text. Draft strings are not displayed.
All strings containing draft text. Also strings that contain both the target published strings and draft strings.
All locked strings. Such entries cannot be edited until they are unlocked.
- Needs Attention
All strings that have Needs Translation, Needs Review or Rejected status and require linguists' attention.
- In Order
Strings that are included in an active order. Orders are sent to TransPerfect translations via the Applanga portal.
New strings added to the project.
- Needs Translation
Strings in Needs Translation status. Strings under this category need to be translated.
- Needs Review
Strings in Needs Review status. These are translated strings that need to be reviewed.
Strings in Rejected status. Rejected strings contain errors and should be reviewed.
Strings in Accepted status. Strings under this category were accepted as final.
- Custom Status
This filter option will only be displayed if your team has created custom workflow statuses. Click on it to open a dropdown menu with all your custom workflow statuses.
- Tag Categories
Strings associated to tags in a particular category. There are 4 predefined tag categories: iOS, Android, Web, Jira. If your project contains custom categories, they will also be displayed under this filter option.
- Orders Strings belonging to each completed translation order. In this filter option, you can select any of your completed order numbers to filter strings that belong to it.
Two or more identical strings in the base or target languages. To view the results of this filter in context, we recommend that the base language is always selected.
Strings that have the same content for the base language, but various translations. To view the results of this filter in context, we recommend that the base language is always selected.
- No Tags
Content that is not assigned to any tag. This also means that there is no screenshot provided.
- No Screenshots
Strings that do not have an associated screenshot in Applanga, but might still have a tag.
- Longer Than Base String The number of characters in the translated string exceeds the number of characters in the base string.
- With Issues
Strings that contain any of the below issues.
- Glossary Term Missing
Translations that do not follow the glossary terms.
- Translation Outdated
Published translations that are older than (updated) source.
- Draft outdated Draft translations that are older than (updated) source.
- Exceeds Max Length Strings that exceed a manually set character restriction.
- Validation Failed Strings or string IDs that contain forbidden characters.
- Variable missing
A variable is present in the source base language string, but not present in the target translation.
From the Custom filter tab, users can create their own custom filters with one or multiple conditions. These filters can be named, saved, and reused.
Creating a Custom Filter
- Click New Filter under the Custom tab
- Select the criteria from the first dropdown menu
- Choose a condition from the second dropdown menu
- Specify the condition in the third dropdown menu (and so on)
- Click +Add to include additional criteria in the filter
Below you can find all the conditions that can be selected in the custom filter dialog:
Working with Custom Filters
- To apply a filter, simply click on it
- To remove a filter, click on the Clear Filter icon (see screenshot below, pointer A)
- To delete a filter, hover over it and click on the bin icon (see screenshot below, pointer B)
- To edit a custom filter, hover over a filter and click on the pencil icon (see screenshot below, pointer C)
- You can apply a custom filter OR apply and save it.
a. Your applied filter can be saved at any point by clicking on the save icon. can apply a filter and save it afterwards. It will be temporarily saved until you clear all filters (see screenshot below, pointer A).
b. Your applied filter can be edited at any point by clicking on the pencil icon (see screenshot below, pointer B).