Product: Product Manager
You may want to utilize the translation tools within Product Manager to make it easier for you to manage multiple languages. Use the following steps to set up the translation service. Once it’s set up, you’ll be able to do translations with the click of a button for descriptions, attributes and variants.
1. Log into your Azure account.
2. If you don’t already have a subscription set up, you will want to create one. Click here to see how to create one for free.
3. Navigate to Cognitive Services.
4. Under the Language section, locate Translator and click the + Create button. That opens the Create Translator screen:
5. Fill in the following fields:
Select one of your available Azure subscriptions.
The Azure resource group that you choose serve as a virtual container for your new resource. You can create a new resource group or add your resource to a pre-existing resource group that shares the same lifecycle, permissions, and policies.
or click Create New to create one.
Choose Global unless your business or application requires a specific region. Translator is a non-regional service—there is no dependency on a specific Azure region.
Enter the name you have chosen for your resource. The name you choose must be unique within Azure.
Select a pricing tier that meets your needs:
6. Select Review + Create.
7. Review the service terms and select Create to deploy your resource.
8. After your resource has successfully deployed, select Go to resource.
9. Click the Click here to manage keys hyperlink.
10. Click Show Keys if you don’t already see them.
11. Copy and paste your subscription keys and endpoint URL in a convenient location, such as Microsoft Notepad.
Now you need to log into Foundry to finish the setup.
To input the key, navigate to the following:
1. Click your name in the top right > Settings > Tenant
2. Click Services, scroll down and you should see the Secret Key box:
3. Paste in the information you saved from Azure.
4. Click Save.
5. Once you save that screen, it’s best to log out and back in.
At this point, you should be able to translate descriptions, attributes and variants using the buttons you see here: