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  1. First, remember that the number of QA errors that will be applicable in your project, and their type, depends on the QA profile you specified for this project. If you have not done so already, read the following article first: How to create a QA profile and apply it to a project.

  2. Once the QA profile is configured, open XTM Workbench (click here for help).

  3. Go to Settings → General.

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    1. In the General tab, go to the QA section. You will see three main QA options that you can apply in a project (regardless of how your QA profile is configured). Select the required ones, click Apply and Save the settings.

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      1. Click QA on the right-hand side of the XTM Workbench page. In the dropdown menu, you can select one of three QA options.

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      • Run QA check on active segment → Only runs a QA check on the currently active target segment;

      • Run QA check on displayed segments → Only runs a QA check on the segments displayed in the page; its number can be set in Settings → General → XTM Workbench window;

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      Note

      IMPORTANT!

      Keep in mind that the time needed to complete the QA check depends on the length of the document, so it might take a while.

      Also, the QA check is only performed for the file you are currently working on! There is no possibility to perform a single multi-file QA check.

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      1. The QA warnings are displayed in the docked

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      1. QA panel at the bottom of the page, including information about the segment number, warning category and issue description.

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      1. Select the warning to activate the segment it relates to. A checkbox next to a warning indicates that it is possible to take an action. Hover over the warning in the QA panel so that it is highlighted in blue. You can ignore the warning by selecting the X at the end of the line.

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        1. QA warnings can also be displayed in a dedicated column in the Extended table form in Project editor → Files → Preview → Extended table… (you need to have a user with the project manager role).

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        Then you just need to select the relevant option (alongside others) in a popup window and generate the report.

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