You can either disable or delete a language if you no longer need it.
Disabling a language hides it from the translation interface but retains all translations and keys. On the other hand, deleting a language completely removes it from the project, optionally including all translations, keys, and associated metadata.
To delete a language in Localazy:
- Go to the language list of your project and use the three dots menu next to the language you want to delete.
- Hover your cursor over the three dots to reveal several options, including the “Delete language” option.
- Click and confirm.
It’s important to note that deleting a language is permanent and can’t be undone. It’s recommended to double-check and ensure that the language deletion is intentional and necessary. Disabling a language may be a better option if you are unsure whether you’ll need the language in the future.