Managing translations

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Johnny Bergström (Joonix)

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Sep 2, 2022, 11:01:11 AM9/2/22
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Hello,

While looking at the multilingual support, I noticed there seems to be no way of showing which intents & pages that needs translation? It would require you to walk through every intent & page looking for missing strings? How are you managing this?

I'd like to add perhaps 4 languages and maintain them between updates to the default English language. Is there any integrations for exporting & importing strings in a format that works on platforms such as Crowdin?

Jose Gutierrez Paliza

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Sep 12, 2022, 3:43:00 PM9/12/22
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Most agent data is common for all languages of a multilingual agent. However, text used to interact with an end-user is language-specific. When building a multilingual agent, you must supply this language-specific data for each language. 

You must make separate API calls for each language to access all language-specific data. If your API calls update language-generic data, that data is updated for all languages.

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