You can order human translations directly from your POEditor account for the localization projects you host on your account or are an admin of, as described below.
1. Choose translation order values and get quotes
Go to Translations Orders and select the desired values for a new order. Order translations to a particular language for all the software strings or just for the strings that don’t have translations in that language.
Then click Get Quotes to find out what the translations would cost.
Select a quote from one of the available tiers to go to the next step.
2. Submit translation order
Fill in the Payment Details, accept the terms and conditions and fill in the Comment for translator form. Your comment on the order will help the translators understand what it is they have to translate and what tone should be used.
The context and the first comment of every string will also be sent to Gengo, if they exist in your project, to give translators more information about what they have to translate.
Note that some translators may not be able to access some links due to restrictions imposed by their government.
If you want to order more translations and then pay for all the orders at once, press Add new translation. The previous order(s) will be memorized and displayed at the top of the order page.
After selecting to translate a batch of strings to a language, you can quickly select to translate the same strings to another language using the Also translate texts into menu at the bottom of the translation page.
3. Approve translations & import to localization project
After receiving the translations for your strings from Gengo, there is a 120-hour interval in which you can ask for revisions/comment on them.
To communicate with the translator, use the Comment feature next to each of the localized strings. To send a comment back for review, check the box next to Also ask for revision when sending a comment to the translator. You will receive an email notification if a translator comments on a string.
If you are happy with them, you can approve them in bulk and then import them to a language in a localization project. Note that approving the translations also sets the job as completed, which means you will no longer be able to ask for revisions after this (even if the 120-hour isn't up).
All your orders will be listed in the Translation Orders page with their status: Pending for when you’ve only requested a quote, Submitted for after making the payment, and Completed for when the submitted strings are translated.
A list of language pairs in which Gengo offers professional translation services is available here.