With the coming release of AEM 6.2, Adobe has released a number of very interesting updates to AEM's translation feature. These features improve the user experience for AEM's Translation functionality, making it easier to translate and manage localized content. I recently attended a webinar on the new translation features coming as a part of the AEM 6.2 beta program and am very excited for the following four features: Search for Translation Content In the initial version of the Translation API, available in AEM 6.1, adding translated content was a very broad activity. Essentially, the process was adding an entire content tree to be translated then if you wanted to limit the content being translated removing it item by item. Now in AEM 6.2, you can leverage the powerful search features available in AEM to find content to be translated by last modification, page metadata or analytics information. This allows you to...
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