This feature is available from the Essential plan and above.
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Project type differences
The editor for document files is a little different compared to Lokalise’s standard key-value editor. The main options stay the same, however, there are some limitations:
Fewer integrations (some platforms do not support the DOCX format).
Fewer upload and download options.
Inability to add new keys/paragraphs or remove the existing ones within the editor.
Multilingual view is not available for Documents projects.
How to start
In order to start using this new feature, you have to create a new project and choose the Documents project type.
Uploading the documents
Import or drag a file you want to upload and choose any other relevant options, if needed. In the context of document files, paragraphs are accounted for as keys. One paragraph = one key.
The dashboard menu stays the same. You can see the overall progress of your project as well as that of the languages. Yet, there is a small change: our new feature for document file support tracks the progress of each document in the project separately. The Adding language option is also available on the dashboard.
In addition, you can manage your documents by renaming and deleting them directly from the dashboard.
The Editor allows you to add new languages and track translation progress. Even though it is not possible to add new keys, you can add new paragraphs. In order to do that:
Open your initial DOCX file.
Make the necessary changes there.
Upload the modified/updated file choosing the replace modified values option.
Your translations will remain safe — everything stays the same, except for the newly added paragraphs.
Our platform allows you to upload documents without having to alter the document structure. Images will be uploaded to Lokalise even though they will not be displayed inside the editor. You will get the images back in the right places when you export the file.