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How to search phrases using filters

1Login to your Localizer account and navigate to the Batch Translator tab, then click on Advanced.

2From there, you will see a list of filter options and the Set Up Automated Task button. From here, you can start using filters.


Below are some of the ways you can filter:


1By tag

When Localizer indexes your content, it will also add any relevant tags associated with that content. For example, if you add content that contains the tag header you can filter by this.



You can also filter your content by URL, where you can either enter full or partial URLs. Anything that matches your criteria will then appear under that filter. For example, if you are a sports website and have regular content being added to a sub-directory under /football, you can filter all content that falls under this.


3By minimum views

This filter only displays content that has been viewed at least a certain amount of times. For example, if you only want to find content that has been viewed at least ten times, you can set this up. 


Once you've added the filters you want, you can set up an Automated Task by clicking the Set Up Automated Task button. Please note that access to this feature depends on your plan.


On the next screen, select the type of translation you would like to use (or if you want to ignore). Name your task, pick your target phrases (trusted phrases or all phrases), enter your password and click the Enable Automation button.