The list of Memsource Connectors has been expanded by addition of OneDrive, GitLab and Zendesk. Users working with MS Office suite and storing their documents on the OneDrive repository can now draw content directly from the server instead of downloading them first (similar to Google Drive). The set of Git connectors (Git and Github) has…
Users utilizing the GIT connectors available in Memsource can now customize the commit message that will be displayed in their Git accounts once the translated text is pushed back to the online repository.
It is possible to use the following macros to let Memsource add specific parts of the message automatically:
The Automated Project Creation now allows users to monitor not only the entire folders, but choose a list of files that can be monitored in the selected folder. By using this option you do not need to worry about inappropriate files being drawn for translation since the unselected files will be ignored each time the…
It is now possible to automatically pull content for translation from Drupal websites to Memsource.
Read more about how to setup Drupal connector in Memsource and how install the plugin to your website here.
Users can now sync Memsource accounts with yet another online repository – Box. The integration allows both for manual file import and Automated Project Creation. After a file is translated, it can be uploaded back to the online folder with a modified name. The Box connector, together with Google Drive, DropBox, Drupal, GitHub and WordPress connectors,…
Memsource 6.2 is now live, following the major release 6.0 two weeks ago. This week’s update features the ability to translate Google Documents, to run automated projects, and to use Memsource translation memory in other CAT tools.