Get up and running with webflows translations

This guide will walk you through how to quickly set up and use translations in Webflow.

1. Creating your Account

We recommend using a valid email address when creating an account with Polyflow and configuring the project to avoid losing access. At the moment Polyflow does not allow you to invite collaborators to your account. If you consider it important, don't hesitate to propose it for our Roadmap.

2. Install our extension

To use Polyflow you need to have the Chrome browser installed in your computer and also add our extension to the browser, you can find it here.. Once you have installed it you will have to add the Polyflow extension to Chrome.

Open the Extensions by clicking the puzzle icon next to the three-dot icon. Click the extension pushpin icon to pin the extension to Chrome and start using Polyflow.

3. Sync your Webflow project

Open your Webflow project in designer mode, click on the Polyflow tab in the Webflow sidebar menu, log in to your Polyflow account and send your project by clicking on the button that appears in the Polyflow tab dialogue ("Sync now" button).

Make sure your project is published in Webflow before synchronizing it with Polyflow.

4. Translate your project

Once the syncronization process is finished, the project will be opened in Poliflow. The first step is to create the alternative languages for the pages, once added, we need to add all the new content in that language.

5. Publish your project

When the content is translated you will be able to generate a preview to review it. Once reviewed we can publish in our own domain as long as we have it configured.

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