If a glossary is enabled on a project, whenever a glossary term is detected in the source text, the system will automatically offer the stored translations for that term.
You can create and keep separate glossaries for different subjects and clients, and add terms with translations into other languages into them.
To learn more about creating glossaries, refer to this article.
Each time you create a project, you can specify a client or department for it. The system will automatically enable the relevant glossary from the ones that you have already created in Smartcat for this client or department.
You can also change glossary settings in the Linguistic assets tab when setting up a new project or editing an existing one.
- Go to the project Overview page and click on Linguistic assets.
In the window that opens, you will see a list of glossaries matching your language pair and your project (you can sort glossaries by moving the toggle). Tick the ones you want to enable and click Save.
To disable a glossary, act as described above, remove the ticks from the glossaries you don't need and click Save.