- ‘Preview’ — the Show Preview command displays or hides the preview window, reflecting changes in the target document as you make them.
- ‘Find’ — this command opens up the Find and Replace window in the editor, allowing users to quickly navigate to a particular word in their translation to ensure consistency or run a global search and replace.
- ‘Save target as’ — allows you to save a target document in its native format.
- ‘Create return package’ — this command creates a return package for you to send back to the client with their newly translated copy.
- ‘Font’ — a setting rather than a command, this allows you to customize your working environment (eg: text size) for comfortable viewing.
The top four searches show us that users are leveraging Tell Me for everyday tasks, and that’s great; it proves that this isn’t a niche feature, but one that has wide appeal and usefulness — just type a few letters and go.
We’re not just looking at the successful searches though. We take a special interest in those searches that didn’t hit their mark, and update the Tell Me engine accordingly. Take the fifth item on our list, for example: we discovered that people wishing to optimize their workspace would often search for ‘Zoom’ rather than ‘Font’ to adjust text size, so we added ‘Zoom’ to the synonym list for ‘Font’.
So if you’re not quite sure of the syntax of the command or setting you’re looking for, there’s a high chance Tell Me will be able to figure it out and take you there — and that’s only set to become even more responsive as we analyze more of your search queries.