Working with terms

Adding terms

To add a term to a glossary, open it and press the Add entry button.

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A form for adding a new entry will open.

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If a glossary contains additional fields, they will be included in the form.

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Fill in the required fields and click on the Save button.

Note: You can also add terms when working in the Editor.

Editing a term

To edit a term, hover the cursor over it and click the pencil icon.

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If a glossary contains additional fields, click the row containing the term and press Edit Entry.

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Make your changes, and click on the Save button.

Deleting a term

To delete a term, hover the cursor over it and click the bin icon.

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If a glossary contains additional fields, click the row containing the term and press Delete Entry.

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Suggesting terms

If you work with a glossary created by a client, you might not have enough rights to add terms to it. You can only suggest a term. In this case the manager, editor, or another user responsible for terminology management will review the suggested term and add it to a glossary, or edit it if necessary.

To suggest a term, open a glossary and press Suggest term.

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In the window that opens, fill in the required fields and press Suggest.

Working with suggested terms

Users with appropriate access rights can edit, approve and delete suggested terms. On the Glossaries page, open the Suggested Terms tab.

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You can also open the Suggested Terms tab on the page of a particular glossary.

To accept a term, click on the checkmark, and to edit it, click on the pencil icon. To delete a term, click the bin icon.

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Searching and filtering terms

To quickly find a term in a glossary, enter it into the search field and press the magnifier icon.

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The system will filter only those entries containing the queried word.

To display on the glossary page only certain languages, or only terms corresponding to specified criteria, press the Filter button.

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In the window that opens, hide the languages you don't want to see at the moment and (or) specify other criteria, and press Apply.

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