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Easyling Release Notes April, 2021

Our April was fairly busy. As the lease on our headquarters expired, we moved to a new one, still in Budapest, about 5 minutes away from the old one. This may be the only good thing coming out of the lockdowns – as most of us are working from home, we could minimise this impact and be very productive. As vaccines are being rolled out, we are slowly returning to the new place. We released multiple great features like the ability to delete pages and we improved others like the JavaScript/JSON processing tools. We also integrated a new MT engine, DeepL. See the details after the jump!

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Publishing Compared - Easyling's modes of operation

Easyling.com can be used to publish your translations in a variety of ways and with such a wide portfolio to choose from it’s sometimes easy to get lost among the solution that is best suited for your specific need. This post will help you make sense of each and pick the best one to assist your client.

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Easyling Release Notes March, 2021

COVID-19 was declared a pandemic a year ago. The 2 week long lockdown to flatten the curve is still in place. Time flies! We are still mostly working from home but as vaccination is getting more and more widespread, we hope to return to face to face work shortly. We spent most of our time improving existing features this month but we also added a few that are new: Bearer tokens can be passed to the crawler and Pages can now be deleted from Snapshots. Read the full article for the details!

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Easyling Release Notes February, 2021

This month was mostly business as usual. As such, we’ve been particularly productive. We finally moved the Advanced settings and Export sections to the Dashboard 2.0. We also improved many existing features such as importing content back from Dropbox and other External Translation Management Systems. Read the full article for the details.

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Easyling Release Notes January, 2021

After the holiday season, we returned having gained a few kilograms and renewed enthusiasm for improving Easyling. This month, we added the option to clone projects and fixed tons of minor annoyances on the Dashboard. Read the full article for the details.

We also started work on some really nice features that aren’t ready for release yet. Keep an eye on our upcoming release notes to be the first to hear about them.

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