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susan rose  Identity Verified
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I like it! Mar 28

Hi Jared,
I like the round-up! Many days I can barely find time to even glance at the headlines, but I do want to go back. You have just made it easier for me. Thanks, susan


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Siegfried Armbruster  Identity Verified
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Great new feature Mar 28

Hi Jared,
the round-up is a great and useful addition. It builds on an existing feature and extends it. Really nice.


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Jared Tabor
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Thanks Mar 28

Great, thank you for the feedback, Susan and Siegfried!

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Barbara Pozzi  Identity Verified
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Thank you Mar 29

Thank you, it is very useful and interersting

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Murad AWAD  Identity Verified
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Translation News roundup for March Mar 29

Excellent effort Jared, many thanks. I hope to read news from Turkish and Arabic translation world!

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Laura Kingdon  Identity Verified
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Thanks Mar 29

It's really handy to have a month's worth of news together in one place; otherwise I'm prone to missing things during really busy periods of work when I'm not spending much time on ProZ.

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Jared Tabor
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Thanks for the feedback Mar 30

Thanks everyone for the feedback on this!

Murad AWAD wrote:

Excellent effort Jared, many thanks. I hope to read news from Turkish and Arabic translation world!


This brings up a point I should mention: anyone can submit items to be included in the news section, using the "Share an article" link on the right side of the page. So if you see something you think might be of interest to others, please share!


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Murad AWAD  Identity Verified
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Anyone can submit items to be included in the news section Mar 31

Dear Jared,

Regarding to the language used at the news section, is English a must or other languages are accepted.

i.e. can I use a news written in Turksih/Arabic/German languages? Or it must be published only as English?


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Jared Tabor
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Re: Languages for news items Mar 31

Murad AWAD wrote:

Dear Jared,

Regarding to the language used at the news section, is English a must or other languages are accepted.

i.e. can I use a news written in Turksih/Arabic/German languages? Or it must be published only as English?



Good question. Currently, there is not a very convenient way to manage multiple languages in the news section, but let's give it a try. One way of going about this might be to use the item in its original language, and include a brief summary (one or two lines) in English that explains what the item is about. If an item is submitted in a language other that English, I can also check and see if it has been published in other languages, which is usually the case, and include the relevant links.


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