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A job represents a file for translation into a specified target language(s).
If a single file is to be translated from a source into two target languages, it is represented by two jobs:
In Strings, multiple languages may be contained with one job.
Jobs can be viewed under thetab on a project page. Clicking on a specific job presents the status of the jobs with options for editing, duplicating, commenting on or deleting the job.
Use the options at the top of the list to search for a job by name, to filter jobs by involved users and status or to change sorting order.
Translation status is also presented under thetab and if complete, an .XLIFF or custom file format of the job can be downloaded.
To create a job, follow these steps:
From the New job or if using an existing template, click Use template from the tab.tab of a project, click
Using organization templates to create a new job may require adding other users and languages manually to the project.
Provide a name for the job and select an owner from the dropdown list.
Optionally, provide a due date, briefing, and ticket URL.
The key list can be filtered to display only keys without tags. Type -tag: to exclude tagged keys from multiple jobs and focus only on those which are relevant for the new job.
Add required languages and assign a translator for each language.
Use thetab in the dropdown to select single users. Use the tab to select a group of users.
Optionally, checkand choose to create either a project-based or an organization template.
Templates can also be created by clicking the button in the Templates dropdown on the tab of a project or in the main page.
New job is presented in thetab.