Easily localize message keys from Confluence and add-ons

The following features are availabe

  • Collect available translations
  • Provide missing translations
  • Overwrite existing translations
  • Add users as translators

The following features are planned:

  • Translators for specific languages
  • Features for content translation
  • Import/export for easy sharing or professional translations
  • Translation suggestions
  • Automatic scanning of installed add-ons

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Configuration

Collect translations

First you have to enable the collection of available translations.

  1. Go to the settings page within your Confluence administration
  2. Check the option “Enable to collect translations while users are browsing the site.”
  3. And save the settings

Add translators

It is possible to set users as translators. These users will be able to edit translations.

  1. Go to the settings page within your Confluence administration
  2. Insert into the “Translatores” field the user names of your translators
  3. (It is recommended enable the checkbox for “Show in menu”. If enabled the users will see a link within Confluence cog menu to the translations list.)

Translate

All known translations are shown on the “Translations” section of the settings page.

To translate:

  1. (Use the search box to find the translation you want to edit)
  2. Click the row, edit your translation, save. That’s it.


Usage

The Add-On will automatically apply available translations. So you don’t need to do anything.

FAQ

Can I translate content?

No, this is currently not possible. But on our roadmap though.

A specific text is not found, what can be the reason?

Collecting translations might be disabled. Try enabling it and reloading the specific page.

Or, that text was “hardcoded” and not using the internal localization processor. If this is a text directly from Atlassian you may ask Atlassian support for this, if this is a text from a specific add-on, you may ask the add-ons vendor.