3 New Tools to Manage Multi-Lingual Deployments with Refined for Jira 3.3

Building on version 3.2, Refined for Jira 3.3 for Server/Data Center makes it easier to add, organize and maintain multi-lingual instances with tags, filters and more.

There’s a new version of Refined for Jira Server/DC out—learn more about version 3.3 here—and with it come a number of new capabilities, such as more-flexible and customizable My Requests pages and Request Type modules.

Another notable set of improvements builds off language functionality added to Refined for Jira during the last release, which enabled admins to operate multi-lingual Refined for Jira sites.

After studying the way multi-lingual sites were being administered at scale, we made three key changes to make languages easier to add, organize and manage in Refined. Customer Success Specialist Raj Sehmi explains all three here.

1. Admins can add unsupported languages to the language switcher

Now admins can add their own languages—if they’re not among those supported by Atlassian— to the language switcher in Refined for Jira.

2. Filter text variables by language, tags, and empty/not empty values for easier multi-lingual management

If you have a high volume of text variables, you can filter the display by language, tags, and empty/not empty values.

3. Organize text variables with tags

Tag variables according to language, group, and more. Also: import/export lists of text variables to speed up translations.

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