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Different receivables for the same language pair

info 1 year ago updated by Marek Joniec (XTRF Product Manager) 1 year ago 1

In the same project I have 3 documents, all from English to Spanish, but 2 of these have a different rate since they are sworn translation. Is there a way to separate each doc in a project to add individual receivables for each of them? That is to say, I want to have 2 different rates here for the same language pair.

Thanks in advance!

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Hi 

There shouldn't be a problem. For every language combination, you can add as many Receivables as you need, one per each file if that's the case.

As you already mentioned the rate is different because it's a sworn translation. 

In general, the rates in the XTRF are described by the language combination, job type, calculation unit, and specialization.

In this case, you can use 2 job types, translation, and sworn translation.

So in your price list (or client price profile) add the rate using the translation job type, and then add the second rate, but this time use the sworn translation as the job type.

In the project add one receivable using the translation job type and then add another receivable using the sworn translation job type.

In addition here's a link to some tutorials:

Adding rates to the client profile:

https://xtrf.userecho.com/knowledge-bases/10/articles/230-guide-to-client-management

Adding receivables to a quote:

https://xtrf.userecho.com/knowledge-bases/10/articles/225-guide-to-quoting

This is technically a guide about the quotes but adding the receivable is exactly the same in both quotes and projects.

Best regards,

Marek

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Hi 

There shouldn't be a problem. For every language combination, you can add as many Receivables as you need, one per each file if that's the case.

As you already mentioned the rate is different because it's a sworn translation. 

In general, the rates in the XTRF are described by the language combination, job type, calculation unit, and specialization.

In this case, you can use 2 job types, translation, and sworn translation.

So in your price list (or client price profile) add the rate using the translation job type, and then add the second rate, but this time use the sworn translation as the job type.

In the project add one receivable using the translation job type and then add another receivable using the sworn translation job type.

In addition here's a link to some tutorials:

Adding rates to the client profile:

https://xtrf.userecho.com/knowledge-bases/10/articles/230-guide-to-client-management

Adding receivables to a quote:

https://xtrf.userecho.com/knowledge-bases/10/articles/225-guide-to-quoting

This is technically a guide about the quotes but adding the receivable is exactly the same in both quotes and projects.

Best regards,

Marek