The Localazy Glossary is an essential tool providing translators with context enables them to deliver high-quality translations.
About glossary 🔗
Glossary is a feature of every useful computer-assisted translation tool (CAT). Glossary keeps translations precise across many different cultures and thus is essential for successful app localization.
Read more about Glossary best practices in our blog post.
Working with glossary 🔗
The glossary definition in Localazy is pretty straightforward. Navigate to the Glossary screen and create your first term.
Add term details 🔗
Term in the source language 🔗
Enter the term you want to define in the source language.
Term description 🔗
Enter the description of the term to be defined. You can also describe the context within the application as your Glossary is private and connected to your app only.
Case sensitivity checkbox 🔗
Decide whether your term matching is case-sensitive or not.
For example, the term “Booking” will be matched with Glossary only if translation phrases include an exact match “Booking”. The word “booking” will not be matched by the Glossary.
Translate checkbox 🔗
Decide whether this term should be translated or kept as is.
For example, the brand name is not translated in many cases, and you might want to protect it against unwanted translation.
Manage term translations 🔗
New language dropdown 🔗
Choose your target language. You can add as many languages as needed and add them continuously as your app grows.
Term translation field 🔗
Enter the correct translation for the target language.
And that’s it! Your Glossary is ready to help your contributors provide the best translations for your app.