Discover Crowdin’s core features required to help you make your products multilingual.
Invite people to your projects and define their access level: manager, translator, proofreader. Additionally, you can configure access for translators and proofreaders to specific target languages.
View the activity within your projects (translations, approves, file updates, and more), and a list of top members.
Calculate the approximate translation costs to plan your budget. Calculate the exact translation costs to pay your translators and proofreaders after localization is complete.
Group managers and translation resources like Translation Memories, Glossaries, and Machine Translation engines by projects and project groups. This way, you can create several project groups and invite separate managers to each. Translation resources can be available organization-wide, to project groups, or to specific projects only.
Create tasks to get the needed work done in time. Choose files to assign translators and proofreaders to, and set due dates. Receive notifications about all the changes and updates in tasks. Split files between several users.
Send private or group messages directly within Crowdin.
Order professional translations from translation agency vendors available in Crowdin Store.
Any organization can invite another organization as a vendor. Translation by a vendor can be a part of your workflow, where the vendor organization receives limited access to your files and can help you with a specific part of your workflow, like translation or proofreading.
Workflow is a sequence of steps that content in your project should go through, like translation or proofreading. Connect steps in parallel or subsequently to automate the content flow.
An organization connects all the company's resources and team members (translators, proofreaders, vendors) in a single space. Each organization includes your workspace, user management, localization resources, and general settings. As every organization has a workspace, all the projects are stored and easily managed from there.
Organize related projects under groups that will work like folders.
Sync translatable content from your repository with a localization project. Receive translations as pull/merge requests.
Localize your content before design and programming start, translate assets, or do localization in parallel.
Collect information about your Crowdin project's key events like completed translations, proofreading, and more.
Deliver new translations from Crowdin to your application in no time with over-the-air content delivery. Get better translations with real-time translation preview, screenshot uploading, and tagging.
Request custom file format support.
Easily integrate Crowdin with your CI server, GIT, SVN, Mercurial, and more. Connect cross-platform Crowdin CLI directly to your code repository.
Seamlessly add new content for translation to your Crowdin project, check translation status, merge new content, and more.
Get feature branches translated independently from the main branch.
Upload your PDF files and receive corresponding DOCX files right within your project. Get a preview and keep the original formatting. This is done via an external cloud service – ABBYY Cloud OCR SDK.
Collect content from your app's store page to do translations and publish them in just a few clicks.
Send your source files to your project in Crowdin and pull translated content back.
Keep track of issues reported by users working on the project translation. Each new issue in Crowdin will become a sub-task in Jira.
Receive notifications about completed translations, new files, mentions, and other important events in your projects.
Localize your Help Center and other helpful content to deliver the same level of support globally.
Add files to your Crowdin project from Drive and other platforms you store the content at, and download the translations once they are completed.
Other integrations include tools like Dropbox, Microsoft OneDrive, and more. We keep adding new integrations, so if you're looking for something specific, please get in touch with us at email@example.com
TM is a database that stores the content strings translated before. Reuse translations for the same or similar content you add. Use project-based TM (available only to the assigned project) or global TM (stores translations contributed by all of the open projects).
Increase the benefit of using TM. The feature substitutes the non-translatable elements (such as tags, HTML entities, placeholders, numbers, and more) in translations suggested by TM by the ones used in the source text.
QA checks help you easily and quickly detect and avoid common mistakes. For example, they check translations for missed commas, extra spaces, typos, etc.
Create your own QA checks that will check translations for things specific to your projects, like formatting, word spelling, and more.
Screenshots are a great way to improve the quality of translations. They appear under each separate string in the Editor so translators see the exact location of a string in the UI.
Translate texts directly within an overlay of your web application with Crowdin In-Context. Preview translations just as they would appear on your web app.
Create or upload a list of terms used in your project, their definitions, and approved translations to other languages. Keep translations consistent and provide help to translators.
Connect MT engines to get quick translations. Currently, Crowdin supports the following MT engines Google Translate, Microsoft Translator, Watson (IBM) Translator, DeepL Translator, and Amazon Translate.
Engage your community to help translate your project. Translators will be able to suggest multiple translations and vote for the best ones.
Automatically translate source files using Machine Translation engines or translations stored in the Translation Memory.
Specify variables that should not be translated. Custom variables will be highlighted in the source strings to translators. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to add this feature.
Workspace for translators and proofreaders available online on any device, with no need to install any software.
Enable translators to download source files and make translations offline on their machines.
Hide texts that shouldn't be translated. They are visible only to the project owner and managers.
Create shortcuts for saving translations, switching between strings, and more.
Translate right-to-left languages as they will be displayed properly in the translation field and exported correctly.
Find specific words and phrases used in your translations and replace them in the strings you choose or all at once.
Specify the length of translation required for specific strings.
Preview both the source and translated segments.
Easily leave comments for each specific string. Translators can discuss the best translation variants, ask context-related questions, or raise issues regarding source strings or translations.
Glossary terms will be highlighted directly in the source string, so translators will easily notice them.
Sort strings by date added, length, file order, and others. Filter strings without translations, with comments, approved ones, added after a specific date, or use any other available filter to view only the strings you need.
Easily share your project on your own URL.
Request an invoice for your annual payments.
You can use the Crowdin Enterprise built-in authentication methods or choose one of the external services to verify the identity of your users.
All Crowdin user accounts come with a user activity log, where you can review the performed actions.
Require users to enable two-factor authentication for their accounts. It applies to project and organization members.
Authenticate your team members via their existing Google Workspace accounts and have control over them.
Authenticate your team members or your product's users into Crowdin with the account they already have in the system your company uses.
Read our help articles for step-by-step instructions and tips on the most efficient localization process to get the most out of your Crowdin experience.
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