Translation Resources


Filtering is a method to restrict the view of data to only that which is required for a task. Filtering is used in the Memsource interface as well as the editor interface with the editor interface being very robust.

Filtering in Memsource

Projects, Jobs, Users, Term Bases and Translation Memories can be filtered.

To filter presented data, follow these steps:

  1. From a table of data, click Filter.png.

    Columns available for filtering are presented with file names as text fields and column options as dropdown lists.

  2. Apply filtering requirements.

  3. Click OK.

    The defined filter is applied to the table.

  4. Click Filter.png again to clear the filter.

Filtering in Memsource Editor

Filtering in the editor is powerful and helps linguists with workflows, translation quality and bulk operations. Unlike filtering in Memsource, filtering in the editor is applied immediately so results are displayed as filters are defined and changed.

Click editor_filter_settings.png to set case sensitivity and text source. Although Context Key, Context Note and Tags can be filtered, Source/Target is more common and will be used in all examples.

Simple text filtering

Entering text into the Filter Source Text or Filter Target Text fields instantly displays results.

Replacing target text

To replace text in target, follow these steps:

  1. Click editor_replace.png or CTRL+H.

    The Replace Text field is displayed.

  2. Enter text to be replaced in the Filter Target Text field.

    Segments containing provided text are displayed.

  3. Provide replacement text in the Replace Text field.

  4. Review the identified text with the Previous and Next buttons.

  5. Click Replace to change the highlighted example or Replace All to change all identified examples.

Complex filtering

Multiple complex filters can be applied providing very specific content views.

Click Menu_Triangle.png to display complex filters.

Click Menu_Triangle.png to display the options for specific filters.

Complex Filtering Use Case

Locking Repetitions

Locking secondary repetitions can provide a better analysis.

To lock only secondary repetitions, follow these steps:

  1. Click Menu_Triangle.png to display complex filters.

  2. Click Menu_Triangle.png to display Sort filters.

  3. Select Most repetitions.

    Segments are filtered for most repetitions.

  4. Lock CTRL+L repeated segments.

  5. Click Menu_Triangle.png to display Segment status filters.

  6. Select 1st repetition.

    Segments are filtered down to only 1st repetitions.

  7. Unlock CTRL+L 1st repetitions.

Only secondary repetitions are now locked and will not be included in a refreshed analysis.

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