Last week we released an update to Trados Live Essential that we would like to inform you about today. The main focus of this release was in the Translation Management offering with the launch of the custom workflow editor and a nifty set of other enhancements in that offering. The details on that release area described in more detail at RWS Language Cloud - 21-04-1-release. To coincide with this ground-breaking release, we also launched SDL Trados Studio 2021 SR1 CU5 to support the new workflow functionality as well as provide a very comprehensive set of other bug fixes and updates. See the Studio 2021 SR1 release article  in our knowledge base for more details.

But we did not stop with the launch of the workflow editor, there are also some important changes for Trados Live Essential as described in this blog.

RWS rebrand

SDL Trados Live has now been rebranded to Trados Live to reflect the integration of SDL into the RWS Group. The main change for Live Essential is the change of colors in the user interface which adopts a set of colors that is more accessibility compliant than the previous set. Other than that, all the functionality you know has remained as before.

Project files download improvement

The Project Details-> Files download buttons have now been consolidated into one, offering various download options for a nicer user experience.

Additional changes

  • Further improved TM performance including interactive searches
  • Improved the TM Maintenance module based on feedback
  • Introduced a new file type to support MemSource XLIFF files
  • Resolved project search by ID not working
  • Removed the % character in Characters/Words fields
  • Added more detail to e-mail notifications, such as Customer, Description, Languages and Task types
  • Resolved issues around incorrect links in e-mail notifications in some scenarios
  • Improved the way project progress is being calculated and displayed
  • Various bug fixes and UX enhancements

We hope this post was informative and we look forward to continuing to provide you with updates to the product.

Daniel Brockmann, Principal Product Manager

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