You can filter the list of projects to find specific projects.
1. Click on the "Filter" button on the top right corner of the list of projects, enter the project information you are looking for in the corresponding columns, and click "OK".
You can filter for the following details in your list of projects:
|#||The project number. When a project is created, it gets a number assigned to it in numerical order across all languages. The higher the number the newer the project. As you only see the projects of your language, you won't see all numbers.|
|Name||Name of the project. For Review projects, the name will include the CD number and the language abbreviation.|
|Created||Date when the project was created on Memsource. For Review projects, this usually corresponds to the publication date of the Review, unless it was created manually.|
|Client||We do not use this information for Cochrane. This can be used if a translation company works with different clients.|
|Cost Center||We do not use this information for Cochrane. This can be used if projects are paid via different budgets.|
|Business Unit (BU)|
A department or team. For Cochrane, we use the BU to differentiate the projects of different translation teams. We have one Business Unit per language.
|Domain||Projects and users can be categorised with a domain, e.g. medicine, or law. We do not use this information for Cochrane at the moment.|
|Subdomain||Projects and users can be categorised with a subdomain, e.g. internal medicine, or oral health. We do not use this information for Cochrane at the moment.|
|Owner||The project owner can receive notifications about a project, for example if a linguist completes a job. The owner of a project is usually one of the translation project managers for each language.|
|Status||A project can have different statuses: New, Emailed, Accepted, Declined, Completed, Delivered, Cancelled.|
|Due||A project can have a due date by which it should be completed, if you indicate one.|
|Source||The source language of a project. For Cochrane, that is usually English.|
|Target Languages||The language(s) into which a project will be translated.|
|Job Board||We do not use this information for Cochrane. The Job Board allows you to find professional translators to work on your projects.|
|Purchase Order #||We do not use this information for Cochrane. This is part of the Job Board feature.|