Use this function to handle rush orders and/or very large orders that one translator alone cannot handle.
The generated sub-projects will not appear on the invoice.
Let us assume there are 50 pages to be translated until the next day. Five translators are to be involved in this job.
|1.||Create a standard sub-project with the (client-related) order details. |
|2.||Create five more sub-projects, and in all of them check the option "Special project". (Use the Duplicate function for this.)|
|3.||On the translation assignment form, you may want to adjust the sub-project title, e.g. "EN-DE, pages 5 - 9 / 10 -14" etc. as required.|
|4.||Special projects are treated as normal sub-projects in terms of status messages, delivery deadlines etc. However, |
- such sub-projects do not appear on the invoice
- any client prices entered here are not included in the calculation of the invoice amount.
|5.||Finally, enter the client price in the standard sub-project. |