Summer is almost around the corner, at least according to the calendar. During the spring, we have been busy with proceeding with Dashboard 2, transferring more and more features from the old interface while also adding some useful new subfeatures. This release includes a brand new and redesigned Publish Website UI, target language management, and a new Crawl Log Visualization & Filtering ability.
Also, please note that the Easyling Master Class has been moved to 2019-07-11!
So let’s see what’s new.
Due to unforeseen events, we had to move the date of the Master Class from June 4th to July 11th. If you’d like to attend, please register here:
Participation is free but registration is required. WHEN: July 11th, 2019 9 AM to 5 PM WHERE: 19 Oktober 6. St., H-1051 Budapest, Hungary
The Master Class is best suited for users who have been working with Easyling for some time and familiar with Easyling’s website translation tools. In a highly interactive format, we will cover the latest additions to Easyling, demonstrate best practices, and offer a sneak peek at features under development. We also welcome topics for discussion from our users. Following last year’s format, the second half of the Master Class will focus on user suggested topics entirely.
We have added a new card under “Project overview” for managing target languages (at this time, the target language panel is still available on the old interface).
When you’re extending the language repertoire for a project, you have the option to select several additional target languages. Of course, the list omits languages already added to the project.
We have moved the old “Publish website » Domain settings” feature to Dashboard 2.0.
Two new features have been added:
For more information of website publishing, see our documentation: https://proxytranslation.readthedocs.io/en/latest/dashboard2/publishwebsite.html
We have added a new tool for easier readability and interpretation. In addition to search criteria, you can also search by keywords. Click on the filter icon to filter among log entries and a dialog box will pop up:
Search results are color coded and can be extended to display further details.
For more information, see our documentation here: https://proxytranslation.readthedocs.io/en/latest/dashboard2/crawlanalyzer.html
Check out these new features and let us know what you think at support [at] easyling [dot] com.