Export Language Translations for Screens Used in a Process

Export a selected language translation for the Screens used in a Process.

Export Language Translations for Screens Used in a Process

Export the Process's Screen translations for one selected language to which those Screens are translated. This function does not export all translations for all languages to which the Process's Screens have been translated.

Permissions Required

Your user account or group membership must have the following permissions to export Screen translations for a Process unless your user account has the Make this user a Super Admin setting selected:
  • Processes: Export Processes
  • Processes: View Processes
See the Processes permissions or ask your Administrator for assistance.
Follow these steps to export the language translations for the Screens used in a Process:
  1. 3.
    Click the Translations tab. Languages to which the Process's Screens have been translated display.
    Translations tab that displays language translations of Screens for a selected Process
  2. 4.
    Click the ellipses
    icon for a language translation to export, and then select the Export Translation option. The Export Process Translation page displays.
    Preparing to export the Screens translated to a selected language for a Process
  3. 5.
    Click Export.
  4. 6.
    By default, ProcessMaker Platform exports the language translation using the Process name except spaces in the name are replaced with underscores (_), suffixed with the language name. The file has the file extension .json. Rename the default file name if necessary, though do not change the file extension. As a best practice, specify in the file name that this is an exported language translation for that Process's Screens to distinguish it from other exported assets.
  5. 7.
    Specify a directory location to save the file. ProcessMaker Platform exports the .json file to your local computer. The following message displays when the language translation exports successfully: The translation for the process was exported.
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