Learn how to monitor your translation projects sent to TextMaster.

Monitoring the progress of your translation projects and their respective items sent to TextMaster is conveniently manageable directly from the Salesforce Commerce Cloud (SFCC) plugin. Here's how:

Translation Dashboard

Access the project monitoring dashboard either through "Merchant Tools" → "TextMaster" → "Translation Dashboard" in the SFCC plugin, or from the shortcut button that appears at the end of the project creation process.

Primary Dashboard

This dashboard lists all the projects created within the plugin for TextMaster. Each project entry includes information such as the Project Name, Item Type, Target Locale, Price, Last Update, and Status on TextMaster.

When you initiate a project, its status will appear as "In Creation" on this dashboard. To start the translation process, click the "Translate" action button. This action indicates your acceptance of the project's content and cost.

Tips: If the TextMaster template you've chosen includes the "Autolaunch" option, the project will automatically launch regardless of the price, transitioning from "In Creation" to "In Progress" status without any action on your part.

Clicking on a project name will take you to a secondary dashboard.

Secondary Dashboard

This dashboard displays all the documents associated with the chosen project. It provides a detailed status update for each item included in the project on TextMaster.

If you wish to view the project in your TextMaster account, you can access it directly from the dashboard.

When a document's status is "In Review", this means the translation is complete. Several actions are then available:

  • Preview Content: Allows you to preview the translation of your document in the context of your storefront

  • Review Translation: This button redirects you to the specific document page on TextMaster for any necessary revisions

  • Validate: Once a document is "In Review", you can validate the translation and change the document status to "Completed"

You don't need to manually import the translations back into SFCC. The plugin automatically imports content as soon as it reaches the "In Review" status. A second import is triggered when the document goes to "Completed", ensuring that the most recent content updates are reflected in your SFCC environment.

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