5 Steps to Get Started with FLEx Send/Receive with Language Forge


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Getting Started with FLEx Send/Receive with Language Forge

Step 1 - Make sure your FLEx data is already on Language Depot

A prerequisite to using Language Forge Send/Receive with FLEx is that your data is already present on Language Depot. For this How To, you’ll need your Language Depot username and password handy.

Step 2 - Create a Language Forge account

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Visit languageforge.org to get started

Step 3 - Login and Start a Language Forge project

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Click Start a New Project, then Dictionary

Step 4 - Connect Project with Language Depot

Your project is already hosted on Language Depot. This step will create a Language Forge project that is linked to your FLEx project on Language Depot.
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Click Get project from Language Depot

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Enter you Language Depot username and password here, then select the FLEx project from the resulting dropdown list.
Note: you must be the manager of a project and the project must be a FLEx project (not a LIFT/WeSay project) or the sync will not work.

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You’ll need to wait a few minutes for the project to be created and the initial send/receive to take place.

Step 5 - Start Using Language Forge to Collaborate!


When the initial send/receive is finished, you’ll see the project’s list view. Congratulations, your project is ready to use!

You can add new users to your project and assign them a role by clicking User Management and initiate subsequent send/receives by clicking Synchronize

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My language depot project already has users set up. But when I imported the project into Language Forge, I notice that I am the only user. Are the LF users completely separate from the languagedepot users?


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Hi Doug,

Yes, you are correct. Currently Language Forge and Language Depot users are separate. We have plans to make them “the same” in the future so that things work better together and more in a way that you might expect. For now, there is more overhead having to have two accounts and two sets of users on your project.

Chris


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