Sending an asset for translation

Brightspot provides the ability to translate content into various languages. This topic provides explanation on the process of sending an asset for translation.

To send an asset for translation:

  1. Create the asset you want to send to translation. Click Publish or the appropriate button for your workflow.
  2. In the editorial toolbar, select more_horiz > Translate This Article.
    Initiating a translation Initiating a translation
    Initiating a translation
  3. From the Service list, select one of the following:
    • One of the translation services that your administrator already configured for you.
    • Manual to translate content manually within Brightspot. Use this option to create localized content without using an external service.
  4. Click Next.
  5. From the Target Locales list, select the locales or locale groups to which the asset is translated, and then click Next.
    Target locales Target locales
    Target locales
  6. Review the assets to be translated, and then click Translate.
    Translate confirm Translate confirm
    Confirming a translation job

Brightspot displays a confirmation message that the asset is being translated. You can view the current and previous translations under the Translations tab.

Asset translations list Asset translations list
Asset translation list

See also:

Our robust, flexible Design System provides hundreds of pre-built components you can use to build the presentation layer of your dreams.

Asset types
Module types
Page types
Brightspot is packaged with content types that get you up and running in a matter of days, including assets, modules and landing pages.

Content types
Landing pages
Everything you need to know when creating, managing, and administering content within Brightspot CMS.

Admin configurations
A guide for installing, supporting, extending, modifying and administering code on the Brightspot platform.

Field types
Content modeling
Rich-text elements
A guide to configuring Brightspot's library of integrations, including pre-built options and developer-configured extensions.

Google Analytics
Apple News