# Home

In the Homepage you can access all the projects in your account. The main feature in this page is a project table which lists your projects and relevant meta-data.

# Viewing / Sorting

To display the projects of your choice in the projects table, click on any of the four toggle filters: In progress, Completed, Archived, Pagination. The pagination filter will create a smaller table where only 10 projects are displayed at a time. You can also sort projects to display them differently in the table for your convenience. Click on any of the header descriptions to refresh the sorting parameters of your projects table. (The default view displays the most recently created projects at the top, in descending order.)

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# Actions / Existing project

In the actions column on the right-hand side of the table, you will find a number of options. Click on one of the icons in order to view a project's individual page, to view (and edit) a project's settings, to download an updated project onto your computer, to archive an older project or to delete a project you don't need.

Note that a project will be timestamped and marked as modified in the following cases:

  1. when a project is updated via Project Settings,
  2. when a revision is marked as complete in the Editor and the project is locked,
  3. when a project is unlocked for further revision.
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# Edit mode

On the right-hand side corner of the project table header you will find a three-dot icon which activates Edit mode in your Homepage. This is an operation which allows you to batch-process multiple projects in your account and it can be particularly useful if you're managing numerous projects for different clients and locale combinations. You can still use the project headers to sort the projects in any way you like. Once you've found the projects you're interested in, tick the boxes on the left of your screen to select them. Now you can either delete or archive all the selected projects in one batch.

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In the Homepage area you will also find a built-in Search facility which can be particularly useful for accounts that contain large numbers of projects. Use any combination of the fields provided to find the projects you would like to work on.

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# New project

Click on the big red + on the top left corner of the Homepage to jump to a 'New project' page and set up a new lexiQA project from scratch.

# Create project

After entering a name for your project (and optionally a description as well), you can add the project files you would like to check. We currently support TMX, XLIFF, SDLXLIFF, MQXLIFF and MXLIFF file uploads and batch uploading is possible by selecting multiple files. You can also drag one or multiple files into the file box. When selecting multiple files, remember that only files with the same locale pair can be added to your project.

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Another way to add files to your project is to upload a MateCat project (by inserting its URL) or to connect with your Smartcat, Transifex, Memsource or Lilt account and select one or more of your existing project files. For more details on this process, have a look at Integrations.

For files containing more than 3,000 segments please note that some additional time may be required for the file to be processed, depending on your hardware and web browser. For files containing more than 10,000 segments, please email us first to ensure that everything will work smoothly for you.

# Project overview

The project overview page contains, among other things, two tables with all the information you need to know about your project. This is where you land after you create a new project or if you choose to view one of your existing projects in your Homepage.

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# File summary

The first table contains basic statistics about the number of files in your project and about for how many of those files the review is still on-going or has been completed. If you activated the Untranslatables function at the project creation stage, here you will be able to see all those items which have been identified as untranslatables and excluded from spellchecking in the target text. The last item listed in this table gives you a summary of the Inconsistencies found in your project. Click on View inconsistencies to access a stand-alone report containing all the inconsistent segments in your project.

# Glued file

If your project contains multiple files, then lexiQA's project creation mechanism will automatically create a glued file as well. In Project overview, there is an area which provides some basic statistics about the composite file containing all individual files in your project. This glued file can be accessed in the Editor by using the pencil icon on the top right. You may also copy the link to the Editor in order to share the glued file with a colleague.

# Project table

The second table contains basic statistics about each of the files contained in your project and separate links to Review file and the QA Report for each individual file. Here you can also copy the Editor link for each individual file and lock or unlock it, depending on your workflow.

# Project settings

Use the menu link at the top of this page to gain access to the settings of the current project and reconfigure them according to your preferences.

# Project settings

After having created a project, if you need to change any particular feature in its configuration, go to Project overview and use the menu link at the top of this page to access the Project settings page. Here you will find all the fields and settings that you configured when you created this particular project.

The Project settings page is effectively identical to the New project page which you have already seen. All fields can be reconfigured to match your preferences, with the exception of two fields: at this stage, it is not possible to change the name of the project or add/remove project files, as this would have an impact on the integrity of the project. All other changes you make at this stage will make the project run again with the revised settings.

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# User Settings

The User settings area of your account is accessible from every page of lexiQA's environment and it provides access to all the supplementary resources that you may need when setting up your projects, such as custom checks and glossaries.

For more details on how to configure each of the features available in your User settings, go to one of the following pages:

# Custom checks & checklists
# Terminology - glossaries
# LanguageTool
# Default profiles