This documentation focuses on the "Languages" section of Transiyzi.


In Transiyzi, the Languages page contains the source language and target languages for your projects. This documentation will provide an overview of the Languages section, its features, and how to navigate and perform translations efficiently.

Accessing the Languages Section

  1. On the main page of Transiyzi, find and click the "Languages" section in the left-side menu.

Languages Page Overview

The Languages page displays your source language and target languages. You can start translating by entering one of the languages.

Adding a New Target Language

  1. On the Languages page, click the "Add New Language" button.

  2. In the opened form, select the desired language from the dropdown list.

  3. Click the "Add Language" button to save the new target language to your project.

Uploading a Source File or Manually Entering Translations

  1. On the Overview page, click the "Add" button located in the top right corner.

  2. Choose one of the following options:

    a. Upload Source File: Click the "Upload File" button, select the source file from your computer, and click "Upload" to upload the file.

    b. Manual Translation Entry: Click the "Enter Translation Manually" button and fill out the form with the texts and their corresponding translations.

  3. Click the "Save" button to save your translations.

Quick Translation Area

When you enter a language, the first area you encounter is the Quick Translation area. This area is divided into three tabs:

  1. Awaiting Translation: Contains strings that are waiting for translation.

  2. Unreviewed: Contains translations that have not been reviewed yet.

  3. All Translations: Contains all the translations, both completed and pending.

In the Quick Translation area, you can quickly and collectively perform translations and track missing translations without going into the details page of each translation.

Downloading Translations (Admin)

Admins can download translations from the Languages page. To do this, follow these steps:

  1. On the Languages page, find the desired target language.

  2. Click the "Download" button next to the language.

  3. Choose the desired file format and click "Download" again to save the translated file to your computer.


The "Languages" section in Transiyzi is designed to help users manage and perform translations for their projects effectively. With the ability to add new target languages, upload source files or manually enter translations from the Overview page, and utilize the Quick Translation area, users can efficiently handle their localization tasks. We hope this documentation provides a helpful overview of the Languages section and its features.

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