Acclaro’s Translation Connector for Drupal 7 is Now Available

Acclaro’s Translation Connector for Drupal 7 is Now Available

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If your company is thinking about building a multilingual Drupal 7 site or already manages one, you can now dramatically streamline your translation workflow and save time by connecting your Drupal instance directly to Acclaro’s translation services.

The release of our Drupal 7 translation connector follows on the heels of our well-received translation connector for Drupal 8, and adds to our growing number of time-saving CMS and cloud integrations including those for platforms like Zendesk, HubSpot, Box and Dropbox.

Our clients report that having Acclaro’s service built right into the Drupal interface is a ‘game changer’ because it saves webmasters, managers, administrators and developers countless hours of work. Gone is the cumbersome, error-prone labor of cutting and pasting. Your Drupal source content  is seamlessly pushed to Acclaro for translation and is effortlessly returned and ready inside Drupal for review and publishing.

Content integrations are one way Acclaro is making it easier, faster and more affordable for companies to expand into lucrative new global markets. By expertly localizing everything from web content, to software strings, to videos and documents, we help our clients gain the competitive advantage they need to thrive in new markets, in over 100 languages.

Follow the steps below and you’ll be on your way to optimizing your translation workflow in no time.

Steps to Easily Integrate your Drupal Instance to Acclaro

The Acclaro translation connector integrates with TMGMT, Drupal’s Translation Management Tool. It’s quick to install and configure and once completed you’ll be ready to get started by following the steps below.

Tip: If you’re short on development resources, contact our account team who can help you get your system configured.

Step 1: Select Content and Languages

In your Drupal Source Tab, select the content that you want translated. 

How to Build a Multilingual Drupal Website - Select Content and Languages

Next, select your target languages.

How to Build a Multilingual Drupal Website - Select Content and Languages

Step 2: Review Your Translation Order

Name your translation order, optionally you can provide a due date and additional details for the Acclaro team.  When ready, submit your content to Acclaro for professional translation.

How to Build a Multilingual Drupal Website - Review Your Translation Order

Step 3: Track Progress

You can view the progress of your order and translations in your Drupal Jobs tab or in the My Acclaro client portal. As always, you’ll have full visibility into the status of your Acclaro orders, invoices etc. on our client portal.

How to Build a Multilingual Drupal Website - Track Progress

Step 4: Receive Completed Translations in Drupal

When translations have been completed, you will receive them directly in Drupal. If you’ve opted to receive email notifications. You’ll receive an email when your translations are ready.

How to Build a Multilingual Drupal Website - Receive Completed Translations in Drupal

Step 5: Receive Completed Translations in Drupal

Once you’ve reviewed the translations all you have to do is click publish. It’s that simple!

How to Build a Multilingual Drupal Website - Receive Completed Translations in Drupal

With Acclaro’s translation connector for Drupal 7, you’ll have better control of your translation process. You’ll be able to launch in global markets more quickly, manage on-going translations and reduce the costs and headaches of manual website localization work.

Ready to get started? Contact us today for more information.