Standard CSV files have a comma (
,) as a separator. The principle is one language per file. Please note that CSV files can be uploaded only to Software localization projects. The type is selected during the project creation:
CSV files should have the following columns:
The order of these columns does not matter when uploading CSV files via the Lokalise web interface. However, if you are using an API or a CLI, the columns must be provided in the order shown above.
Here's an example of a valid CSV file with two translation keys:
welcome,Welcome to the app!,Shown on the main page,Friendly tone
country,Select your country,Shown on the signup page,Polite tone
When you upload a CSV file via the web interface, you'll be able to choose what data each column contains (or ignore that column):
When you are ready, click Apply and perform the uploading as usual.
Plurals are not supported in