The Lokalise dashboard lists all your projects and lets you easily track translation progress.

In the screenshot above you can see two translation projects: the first one is expanded, and the second one is collapsed. For the collapsed projects you'll be presented only with some brief info.

For the expanded project you can see:

  • Project name ("App development").

  • The current branch ("master").

  • Done percentage (39%).

  • Base words — how many words are there for the base language. The base language acts like a "main" language of the project, the one that you're going to translate from. Please note that statistics might be different for various users based on their permissions. For example, some keys might be hidden from contributors and therefore the number of base words seen by the contributors will be smaller than the same number seen by the admins.

  • Team — number of users participating in this project (2)

  • Keys — number of translation keys added to this project (60).

  • QA issues — number of quality assurance problems found in this project (315). These issues include not only failed QA checks but also unverified and unreviewed strings.

  • Install apps — click this link to integrate your project with third-party apps like Asana, Slack, GitHub, Figma, and many others. Previously "apps" were called "integrations".

  • Buttons to manage your project.

  • Project tags ("main").

  • To the right you can see all languages that are added to this project. The first language with a small dot (English in this case) is your base language. For other languages you can see the done percentage, the number of words to, and the number of unverefied translations.

Project icon menu

Use the project icon menu to quickly navigate to any of the project functions.

The project icon menu may look different depending on user role and access level.

Tagging and filtering projects

Click the "Edit tags" button in order to remove or add a new tag. In addition, you can select from a list of tags you've already defined.

Click a tag icon to filter projects by chosen tag or use "Filter" to select the required tag from a list.

Collapsing projects

You can collapse or expand projects using an icon in the top left corner of the project. Therefore freeing up some space when you have a lot of projects.

Reordering projects

Click and drag a project to change project order. Move the most popular project to the top, if you prefer.

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