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I want to be a translator volunteer but I don’t know how
Hello Yassmin, thank you for your interest. If you are able to post on this forum, it means you are already registered as a volunteer translator. Please read the topics here to find out how to use the platform.
Can you please explain which issues are you finding? If you can’t find translation tasks, please check this topic.
Hi, I’m @karina1 and I’m glad to meet you guys, and participating on the TWB translatiors project, I hope to work on those important humanitarian actions. Thanks a lot.
Hi Karina, how are you? Welcome to TWB! If you would like to introduce yourself in the Lounge, feel free to
Hi to all,
I’m glad to be part of this community.
I’m also so happy because I have just translate my first project here…It’s just amazing !
Hello, I followed the link to the test on the Proz website, however when I click on the “take a translation test” button, the page says “You have been declined as a provider.”
I have never taken the test, can you help?
Hi Stella, welcome to TWB and to the forum! This is a glitch, is very rarely happens. There might be something we can do, but we need you to send the link to your ProZ profile please.
Hi Ambra, thank you for your answer and support.
Here’s my Proz profile link:
Let me know if you can do something!
Hi Stella, many thanks and once again sorry for the inconvenience. I can confirm that you have never taken a test before so I don’t see why the platform is considering you as a declined user.
I submitted a support request to ProZ as the testing platform is maintained by them and we have no way of making technical changes. I will let you know what they say.
Thank you so much, Ambra