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Salesforce Marketing Cloud app, Contentstack connector, ICU Message Format Helper app, and the ability to change the default translation memory (TM) and glossary are just a little part of what happened at Crowdin in October. Here’s our monthly recap.
It has been an exciting month for Crowdin. We finally released the dark theme for our users, and are happy to see everyone’s reaction on social media. In addition to the new dark theme, we have had a number of product updates, including a major upgrade to the glossaries and adding even more customization to our translation cost and cost estimation reports, that now support templates. We have also updated Crowdin apps for Shopify, Notion, and Drupal to make your localization experience smoother.
From new Netlify, Vercel, Travis CI, and Circle CI apps and guides to 7 apps that helps you make your chatbot multilingual – here’s our monthly recap on our latest product launches since July. As always, in this article, we’ll look back on the last released apps, guides, and features.
Let’s find out more about how you can automate more developers’ tasks, create a Crowdin app, move projects between groups on Crowdin Enterprise, and more.
More apps and connectors for your localization team, a new GraphQL API, and a fresh editor grid view to display more information for translators and proofreaders. In July, we released a lot of updates for you to get your hands on, from new apps like Miro, Appsmith, and Hygraph to features like bundles that allow you to export translations for multiple platforms by generating different files formats.
Let’s dive into the July edition of Crowdin product updates.
This June was full of updates. Starting from now, you can configure more than 20 webhooks for different types of events related to file and project changes, source strings and translation strings modification, task management, and more. Do more with your translation strings by using the new advanced filter option and the feature that allows you to delete all translations into one or a few languages.
Plus, we’ve got some new apps like HubSpot CMS, Magento and Crowdin Translation Companion plugin for multilingual support. The plugin will help you translate messages from customers and your responses to provide better customer support. We also introduced a Developer Portal, so you can learn about CLI, API, and most importantly – how you can develop and publish apps for Crowdin.
More than 20 new apps. Refreshed UI and feature to help you manage strings on a multilingual view in the Editor. One more machine translation engine on the list. All of that and more. Read on to learn about Crowdin’s latest integration with Miro, Airtable, Notion, Typedream, Ditto.
This month, Crowdin announced more than 10 new apps, including Paligo, Zapier, Clockify, and Crowdin plugin for Unity. You can also enjoy new versions of translation cost reports per task and new webhooks about finished projects built. Keep reading to take a closer look at the recent updates.
Crowdin releases new features every month. Here’s a new portion of updates launched this March: we updated Crowdin Store, released new apps, new versions of design plugins and external tools, added new languages to Watson IBM Translate MT, and the ability to search TM records across all TMs in your Crowdin Enterprise organization.
Let’s go through the monthly round-up of the latest features, fixes, and apps so that you can get most of our both products.
Let’s review the last month of the winter for the updates and new features in Crowdin. This February, we updated the location of additional tabs in the editor, released new versions of our design plugins, added 13 new apps, including Oracle, DatoCMS, eSputnik, and ownCloud. Now you can generate a translation cost report for the selected files and create glossary terms by highlighting the source on the editor.
Keep reading to find out more about big and small things that will improve your localization experience.
The beginning of a new year is an excellent time for fresh new ideas (is there a better time?). As the new year begins, everyone feels that we need to make changes in our life, start on new plans, do new things, and this is also true for Crowdin.
In January, we introduced new apps, improved API, and rolled out two new offerings to extend your localization experience. These new offers include Crowdin Language Services, so you can order translations right from your project instantly, and a Virtual Localization Manager, so you can hire a remote professional, who will ensure that all processes at your localization projects are under control. Read on to discover more details.
Hope your 2022 started off well. Due to the holiday hustle and bustle, you may have missed some updates, but don’t worry, we’ve got you covered.
In December, we introduced a new multilingual editor mode that simplifies translating and proofreading to multiple languages at once. We also released 20 new apps, 9 of which are connectors with top email marketing tools and make translation for Unreal Engine developers even more efficient.
As we approach the end of the year, everyone at Crowdin is focused on what’s next for 2022. Ambitious goals, a roster of new product updates and improvements.
This is the perfect time for us to look back and reflect on our achievements, everything we released – from custom notifications and security features to Crowdin Store with over 100 apps, plugins for localization at the design stage, and more.
At Crowdin, we have recently celebrated reaching 2 million users, but it is not the only exciting announcement. November is full of updates and new apps. The latest changes in the marketplace – include 7 new apps (Shopify, Help Scout, MailUp, and more) and 2 Crowdin apps. We updated DVCS integrations so that you can instantly sync selected branches. Also, you can add more meta information to TM records, add the same string to several files simultaneously, and more.
New month, new list of updates from Crowdin. In October, we published our first e-book on continuous localization, released 9 new apps (connectors with MT, TM services, marketing tools, and more). A few Editor improvements include guess translation and numeric equivalence features. Also, we talked about localization at Avast with their Senior Localization Specialist.
Let’s take a look at what’s new at Crowdin and Crowdin Enterprise in October.
Take a look at what Crowdin has been up to this month. We rolled out the Iterable, FunTranslation, and ReversoContext apps, updated design plugins, added a task filter to the cost estimate reports and improved a number of API methods.
In this article, you can also read more about new options to manage notifications for translators and project managers, a way to list strings from a specific branch, updated API clients, and more. Let’s jump into it.
Let’s review the last month of the summer for the updates and new features that will help you automate localization with Crowdin. In August, we updated our project view, released new versions of Sketch and VS Code plugins, added new support options and the FTL format.
Keep reading to find out more about the recent updates.
Each month, we’re introducing a range of new features we’re adding to Crowdin. In July, we released an app that helps you integrate Crowdin with the WPML (WordPress Multilingual) plugin, added exact search in TM, a new API Console app, and a possibility to change the source language of your project right from the project page.
And the list goes on, so keep reading to find out more.
Each month we prepare a list of new features and updates to help you stay on top of things that can be useful and save lots of time during localization. June was a month when we released the IP allowlist feature for Crowdin Enterprise, TM Cleaner app, added exact search and additional filters in the translation editor, updated design plugins for Figma, Sketch, Adobe XD, and more.
Keep reading to find out more and see which improvements can be most helpful for your localization projects.
This month we added built-in Freshdesk integration and the ability to use your custom Glossary for machine translation via Google AutoML. Also, custom notification channels, webhooks for file-related actions, and other improvements to help you localize your content faster.
Keep reading to take a closer look at the recent updates.
This month we’re back with a few product updates for you along with a new app for Intercom, new versions of Figma, Sketch, and Adobe XD plugins, one more machine translation engine you can connect to your projects, and new ways to handle duplicate strings. Plus, a story with Camila Pedraza on how they approach localization at AssessFirst.
Let’s take a look at what’s new with Crowdin and Crowdin Enterprise in April.
At Crowdin, we launch new features and improve our products with every new month. Our monthly updates recap is a perfect way to keep up with major happenings in Crowdin and Crowdin Enterprise.
Read on to learn more about the new integration with Bitbucket Server and Bitbucket Data Center, updates for API 2.0, Amazon S3 app, and plugins for Figma and Sketch. We’ve added the ability to add labels to screenshots easily, assign proofreading tasks to a vendor, and launched the Chinese version of Crowdin. Let’s take a close look at these and some other important updates.
Every new month brings us a new portion of product updates. Developers can now connect multiple repositories to their localization project, and this is a cherry on the cake of this monthly release collection.
Apart from this, we’ve enhanced Crowdin API and released a new CLI version. Our Android SDK has moved to JitPack and, with the latest version of the Sketch plugin, designers can now select mockups they want to preview translated. Updated Contentful and JS Proxy for Crowdin apps and added native support for the MDX format. The list goes on and on.
Let’s look closer at all February-2021 improvements, new features, and most important releases for everyone localizing products in Crowdin and Crowdin Enterprise.
Here’s our traditional roundup of all the new features and improvements released in the last month. They include newly launched integration with Marketo, a new app for seamless glossary translation, new features for UI localization with Crowdin plugin for Figma, improved navigation for the Resources in Crowdin, exclusive Crowdin Enterprise updates, and more.
Read on to learn details and check out all the new features the first month of 2021 brought us.
Let’s review the last month of the previous year for the updates and new features that will help you automate localization, provide context, and launch multilingual products in 2021 faster.
The key updates released in December include: updates to Source files, Strings, and Tasks API, new versions of CLI, Android Studio plugin, plugins for Adobe XD and Sketch, new and updated Crowdin Apps, improvements to task and user management in both Crowdin and Crowdin Enterprise, and more.
2020 has been a year of turbulent changes. Sometimes it felt like the events were unfolding with a speed you can hardly follow. Still, we’ve learned a lot and re-evaluated how we approach many things, from global problems to the routine daily workflows. What remained unchanged is the role of technology in everything we do. It has helped us collaborate on our projects wherever we are, stay flexible with our planning, and move towards our goals, no matter what.
We’d like to take a moment and look back at what our team has been onto this year. For us, it was the highest time to give you even more automation possibilities and more functionality for cross-department collaboration so that you could keep launching multilingual products in the new demanding environment with less effort.
Crowdin releases new features every month. Here’s a new portion of handy updates launched this November: we announced Crowdin Store, released new apps, new versions of Crowdin CLI, Android SDK, our plugin for Sketch, added new file formats, and the whole bunch of new features for Crowdin and Crowdin Enterprise that will simplify localization workflows for your company.
Let’s go through the key November 2020 updates so that you can take most of our both products.
October was a fun month and brought us some exciting new updates we’re ready to share with you. A bunch of new and empowered Crowdin apps, the ability to install them for your crowdin.com accounts, and new modules for those who create custom apps on their own. Updates for Crowdin Enterprise, our new API 2.0, and more.
Read on to stay on top of everything that is new.
New features and improvements are now available for both Crowdin and Crowdin Enterprise. Over the past month, we rolled out new versions of our CLI, Android SDK, our plugin for Sketch, made some enhancement to API 2.0, introduced new Editor filters, redesigned the Integrations tab, and more. Most importantly, we now offer engineering teams a more efficient and secure way to build Crowdin Apps and customize localization experience.
Read on to find more updates and get the most of Crowdin and Crowdin Enterprise.
Here’s what August 2020 has brought us! New API 2.0 officially announced. We released the Crowdin plugin for Adobe XD that got featured in the UX Copywriting & Localization collection by Adobe XD. Our plugin for Sketch got significant improvements and now can be used in full to localize the user interface. Many updates improve the translation process in our Editor. We introduced the awaited feature – labels for the source strings that help to categorize the text strings. And there are more features to help you design, develop, bring to global markets, and create documentation for great multilingual products you create.
Here’s a recap of the major updates released for Crowdin and Crowdin Enterprise over the last month. They include new versions of Crowdin CLI and our plugin for Android Studio, unified placeholders for iOS and Android strings, new file formats supported, improved Advanced filter in the Editor, updated integration with Poedit, ability to upload translations for Text and HTML-Based formats, and more.
Check out the latest product updates as you continue to build a continuous and automated localization cycle with Crowdin.