Spread the word: Automatic translation with DeepL

Technical documentation, product information, rules, and regulations often need to be provided in multiple languages so that they reach all employees, partners, and customers. In combination with automatic translation aids, you can inform multilingual target groups directly in the popular wiki environment without much effort. This webinar shows you what is already possible.

In this half-hour webinar, we will show you our solutions for using translation tools in one or more wikis. Our speaker will address your individual questions and will be happy to provide you with a video recording after the webinar. We look forward to meeting you!


  • Multilingual content in one or multiple wikis?
  • Translation of individual pages
  • The ContentTransfer function: transfer, translate, insert and publish content in other wikis
  • Configurations and rights management
  • Q&A session


Speaker: Margit Link-Rodrigue

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