Manage organization info, security and authentication settings, check billing history and connect apps through API. You can also switch to Permissions Granularity mode to manage settings for each project group separately.
To configure organization details click your profile photo and choose Organization settings.
Update the main organization details including Name, Logo, and Description.
These details will be visible on the public page of your organization. Public page is automatically created as soon as you add your first Crowdsourcing project.
If you are a Vendor your organization info will be visible to your Clients and you will also see their organization info.
Connect OAuth applications through Crowdin Enterprise API. You can build custom integrations and give them access to use your account.
Check your current plan and upgrade/downgrade if necessary. You are also able to review payment history and download the invoices.
Add custom language in case one of your target languages is missing in the list of supported languages. Follow these steps:
Custom language codes will then be automatically added to corresponding language placeholders whenever used. You can also create custom codes for your custom languages using Language Mapping.
Enable Permissions Granularity Mode to manage project groups as separate units inside one Crowdin Enterprise account. You can then add projects to specific groups or subgroups. This mode allows working with workflow templates, translation memories, glossaries, and machine translations for each project group separately. When you assign group managers they will have access to all project resources except Settings and Managers tabs.
Use a custom domain for Crowdin Enterprise organization if you have Crowdsourcing projects. It can help to attract more contributors to get involved in translations of your projects. To get access to the custom domain name, you need to create a CNAME with your DNS provider. The CNAME must be pointed to org.cname.crowdin.com.
Сonfigure advanced security settings such as Password Recovery and Two-factor authentication. You can also modify Password Policies for proper organization security.
Manage authentication through external services. Use single sign-on (SSO) to authenticate organization users externally. You may enable OpenID or SAML authentication so that users won’t need to create separate Crowdin Enterprise accounts.
Check the changes done on the organizational level as well as API and CLI activities. Use filters to find a specific event or export data.
You may remove your organization from Crowdin Enterprise. You’ll be able to export some organizational data as well as Invoices before deletion.