Did you find this page useful? Give us feedback.
Did you find the information
on this page useful?

  Tell us more about your choice:
Missing information
Incorrect information
Misleading information
I have a question
  Enter your comment in the box below.
If you need assistance, please contact Support instead.

  Type the letters
simple PHP captcha

When you work for a vendor and your vendor uses qTerm, you are most likely asked to add new terms to the qTerm term base. However, you also want to grow your own local term base for this vendor (client).

In your project, you press Ctrl+Q to quick add a term to the term base that is set as target for your new terms. If your term base is a qTerm term base, then the term is added to qTerm. Only the source and target terms are sent to qTerm - without any other metadata. However, in qTerm you can set mandatory fields. These required fields are filled with the default value indicated in qTerm. For example: the Status field is a mandatory field and the default value is set to New for each new term. You add the term, then the Status field is automatically pre-filled with New as status.

Note: There is no duplicate check for adding new terms to a qTerm term base.

Note: You cannot add a term to a memoQ term base and a qTerm term base  simultaneously as you can do it with memoQ term bases. When you have for example selected 2 memoQ term bases, you can add a term simultaneously to both term bases when pressing Ctrl+E. You need to first add the term to the memoQ term base or the qTerm term base and then to the other term base. The Create term base entry dialog shows a link to qterm when you add the term to a memoQ term base.