Yellow exclamation mark in translated content UI
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The yellow exclamation mark usually means that there is a mismatch between the time which the content is translated and the time when the content was last updated. So if there is a recent update to your content, then the translation of the content will also be checked. Copy pasting content from another source is known to cause issues for translated content.
- Ensure that all content that has been updated in the default language also has been reviewed and updated in the translated language.
- Avoid copy pasting content. If you must, then use Ctrl +Shift +V (on PC) or control +command +V (on Mac).
- If the content that was translated is Pop-up, then there are two aspects to it. If the title of the Pop-up was updated in the default language, and the translator makes a change in the body of the translated language, then the exclamation mark continues to show. Ensure that the corresponding part of the content is updated during translation.