6 steps to complete.
The Translations page provides the opportunity for you to have control over Web Office text changes and language translations.
Read more: 1.8. Importing/Exporting Translations
When new text is added to the Web Office Admin, it gets added to the internal strings system where it can be translated to the various market/language combinations you have enabled. Translations are displayed in the Web Office based on the value entered in the export document. If there is no value entered for the market/language, it will default to the next available value.
In Web Office Admin, navigate to: Content Management > Translations.
In the Translation box, ensure the EXPORT tab is selected.
In the Language dropdown, select the language to be translated.
If you export English, only enter English values. If you select Spanish, enter Spanish values.
Click the Advanced options dropdown
to reveal two options:
Include market-specific translations – Useful if there are multiple markets for a language that need unique translations (Mexico – Spanish, Spain – Spanish, Puerto Rico – Spanish).
Only include missing translations – Instead of exporting the entire Web Office, this will only export the text that is missing translations for the selected language.
Click the EXPORT button.
This will download the workable .CSV file.
Enter the translations in the .CSV file.
Important: The English default column shouldn’t be changed in the translation process. If changed, the system will not recognize either the English value or the translation provided, and users will see an error in the Web Office where ever the text appears.
Save the file.
The file is ready to be imported back into the system.
Step-by-step guide: How to Import Translations into Web Office Admin
You now know how to export translations with Web Office Admin.