Proofreading: All You Need to Know
Interested in becoming a proofreader? Here's everything you need to know.
Proofreading and translation are two different things. While a translator translates source strings into a target language, a proofreader checks translations to make sure they are correct.
Once a translation string has been checked by a proofreader, it can then be approved. A green checkmark (✅) appears next to translated and approved strings.
An example of translated and approved strings
You can also check if a string has been approved or not by looking at the translations section, under the string. Two usernames will appear under an approved string: the first username is the translator's username, while the second one is the proofreader's (along with a green checkmark):
An example of approved string.
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