An organization can be a company or someone who runs the show. Organizations help you gather all relevant departments, teams, members and their projects under one umbrella.
Creating an organization
Follow these steps to add an organization.
1. Click the display picture in the top right corner of your screen.
2. Click Add Organization.
3. Type the name of the organization and click Create.
Switching between organizations
Click the display picture in the top right corner of your screen and you'll see the names of all organizations you've added or are a part of. Click the one you wish to access.
When you create an organization, you become its Admin by default. Every organization has its own billing account.
Managing translation memories (from organization settings)
Translation memories (TMs) offer a great way of utilizing your previous translations and reducing the turn-around of your translations. Lingpad helps you create and upload TMs for your projects. Only Admins can access translation memory in an ...
Switching between languages and files
While working in the Editor, you can switch languages and files without going back to your project's main screen. Opening a file in the Editor To open a file in the Editor, 1. Go to your project and navigate to Languages from the left panel. 2. Click ...
Projects are a great way of grouping all relevant content and users in one place. To start using Lingpad, you must create projects within spaces. Creating a project To create a new project, choose which space you wish to create a project in and click ...
Creating and managing spaces
When you log into Lingpad, you will be asked which organization you would like to enter. If it is your first time logging in, you will only be able to enter the organization or company that you mentioned in the sign-up form. This will lead you to the ...
Managing files in the Cabinet
Managing files in the Cabinet The Cabinet is your go-to place for accessing all files that are a part of your project. To access files in the Cabinet, choose a space and a project within that space. View File-Type Project. Now, navigate to Cabinet ...