As Keelvar's Sourcing Optimizer is a web-based application, there are a number of ways you can translate the text from English to a language of your choice using your web browser.
Google Translate for Google Chrome
If you are using Google Chrome, you can install the Google Translate extension to your browser. You can use Google Translate to translate selected text or the entire web page.
Adding extensions to your browser gives certain access and permissions to the extension. Review these changes before you add the extension. Ensure that the use of Google Translate and transfer of data to Google adheres to your organization's policies, data protection practices, and contracts.
Installing the Google Translate extension on Google Chrome
- Open your Google Chrome browser.
- Go to Google Translate on the Chrome Web Store.
- On the right side of the page, click Add to Chrome.
- Click Add extension.
The Google Translate extension is added your Google Chrome browser.
Configuring your primary language on the Google Translate extension
You can configure your primary language on the Google Translate extension so that web pages in other languages can be automatically translated to your primary language.
- On your Google Chrome browser, in the top-right corner, click the Extensions icon.
The Extensions icon is a jigsaw piece.
- Next to Google Translate, click the More actions icon.
The More actions icon is a vertical ellipsis.
- Click Options.
- Select your primary language from the My primary language list.
- Click Save.
Translating Sourcing Optimizer using Google Translate
- Log in to https://app.keelvar.com.
- On your Google Chrome web browser, in the top-right corner, click the Extensions icon.
- Click Google Translate.
- Below the text field, click Translate this page.
For more information on how to use the Google Translate extension, refer to Google's Google Translate Help.
Microsoft Translator for Microsoft Edge
If you are using Microsoft Edge, the browser detects when a web page is in a language that is not in your preferred languages, and prompts you to translate the page.
For more information on how to use Microsoft Translator for Microsoft Edge, refer to Microsoft's Use Microsoft Translator in Microsoft Edge browser help article.