Brightspot CMS Developer Guide


You can submit content to an online translation service directly from Brightspot, and then review the translation before final publication.

Overview of Translation

Brightspot integrates with online translation services such as Lingotek.

Translation workflow
Overview of translation workflow

Referring to the previous illustration, you need two components to submit an asset for translation:

  • An asset—An article, blog post, or any other asset you create in Brightspot.
  • Job settings—The online translation’s configuration used to ingest the asset and perform the translation, the locale in which to translate the asset, and the workflow within Brightspot after receiving the completed translation.

The following sections describe how to configure Brightspot to use an online translation service, and how to submit an asset for translation.

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