Sunday Surprise – Technet Wiki Translation

Today's Sunday Surprise comes from Davut Eren (we're getting his blog access straightened out)...

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TechNet Wiki is for everyone who wants to learn Microsoft technologies. No matter whether you are a beginner or an expert .You can find a lot of articles about Microsoft products and also the authors' experience and tips. At this juncture, you can find a lot of articles that are written in a different language (one you don't know). Yes! “This is your solution” but you don’t know this language. You can translate the wiki article. There is an easy way to do this. How can you accomplish this goal?

You can see Translate this page on right side. Choose your mother language and click it. You will see this article in your language. This is very good, you are now reading in your own language…

If you know a foreign language, you can also help to improve the translation!

You can see the original language. When you find a word that you can improve, you just click the “Improve Translation” button.

You see the words, but if you think it must be improved (to a better word), then just log in and improve it. After you change the word, submit it. if word is verified as a better translation, the Moderatörs will approve it!

Also you will see as score. how many do improve on your profile page. Help to people, improve translate.

If you want to translate an article for a different language then click the Translated language button and choose a different language. When you complete your work, click the X button to close the Translator.

Technet Wiki Ninja

Davut EREN

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  1. Good Information !! Thanks for sharing

  2. pituach says:

    Great post Davut!
    Very helpful / useful
    Thanks for sharing, Ed.

  3. Recep YUKSEL says:

    Thank you Davut. Thank you this sharing Ed.

  4. Good work Davut and thanks for sharing Ed!

  5. You’re welcome Davut. This is a great reminder of what we can do with the Translator tool!

  6. Thanks Ed. I’ve been trying to get in the habit of translating on a regular basis (Spanish and Portuguese) but still have doubts on what would be the best workflow to do it.

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