This article will explain how to create a translation/localization project in BWX.
This article assumes you have already set up your:
Step 1 - Click on
Projects and then in
Step 2 - Drag the Files you wish to include as a part of the translation project or click on
Browse to select them:
Tip: If you are a heavy user put some thought into how you wish to define a project. While BWX gives you the granularity to have different files going into different languages for instance within the same Project, you may want to define a project by files going through the same workflows, languages or any other taxonomy that may help you manage your content flow.
Step 3 (optional) - BWX will batch your files together according to file type and allow you to define granular configurations according to each kind of extension. In this example, we are showing the options for a MS-Word DOCX file but each file type may have different configurable components.
Step 4 - Setup your Project:
BWX will infer most of these fields based on your user setup.
But you may manually override your:
You must enter:
Project reference - to make your life easier locating this project down the road. Highly recommend following your internal naming convention here or any codes you may use to refer to different content types.
Project notes - any specific instructions or guidelines you would like to share with those involved with the project.
Step 5 - Define the workflows that need to be applied to each file that belongs to the project:
⚠️ Please note that if you choose to select more than one Workflow, your first must be the Translation one
Step 6 - Congratulations! You have created your Project in BWX!