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Consulting your terminology bank

To consult your private terminology bank in TradooIT:
  1. Log in to TradooIT or, if you have not already done so, sign up on TradooIT.
  2. In the upper left corner, click on TermidooYour private terminology bank is displayed on the screen (see Figure 1).
  3. You may search your records by typing an expression in the search box at the top of the page. Use the same syntax as for the bilingual concordancer (see section Advanced search syntax).
  4. To open a record, click on it.
  5. You may sort records by ascending or descending creation or modificaiton date.
Figure 1: Terminology bank in TradooIT

  NameDescriptionPossible interaction
 1.Search boxText field allowing you to find specific records using keywords- Type a search expression and click on the search button.
 2.Number of records in the terminology bankHere, the page displays records 1-X out of Y.- Click on the arrows to go to the previous or next records.
 3.FoldersFolders allowing you to display your own terminology or the terminology banks that others shared with you.- Click on a folder to display the records in that folder.
 4.Reference numberNumber that TradooIT usually assigns automatically to a record at creation.- None
 5.StatusIcon and term indicating the record status (Accepted, To be reviewed or Rejected).- (Soon) Click on the column header to filter records based on their status, e.g., display only the accepted records or only the records to be reviewed.
 6. Sources, clients and tagsSources, clients and tags to which the record will apply for pretranslation of texts. It can be a website, a client, a subject field, etc.- None
 7. DescriptionList of terms and their equivalent appearing on the record, which indicates what it is about. An arrow between the terms and their equivalents indicate the replacement direction (bidirectional, left or right). A green background indicate that the term is mandatory, yellow indicate that it is a suggestion and grey strikethrough indicate that it must be avoided.- None
 8.Date createdDate the record was created. TradooIT assigns it automatically when you create a record.- Click on the column header to sort records by ascending or descending creation date.
 9.Date modifiedDate the record was last modified. TradooIT assigns it automatically when you edit a record.- Click on the column header to sort records by ascending or descending modification date.