Here are all the columns you can see in the project list.
To show or hide columns: Right-click the header of the list, and check or clear the check box for each column. memoQ shows or hides each column accordingly.
Type: Shows the project type (local, online, checked out project, package, LT). See the legend further down this page.
Name: Shows the name of the project.
Size: Shows the size of a project in words, segments, or characters. Normally, it's words. You can choose: Right-click anywhere in the list. Click to Base progress on. Then choose from Characters, Segments, or Words. The setting applies to all projects.
Status: Shows the status of the project. Some examples: Not started, Translation in progress, Completed. See the complete list of project statuses further down this page.
Progress: Shows the progress of the project in colors. Grey means not started (no progress). Darker green means Translation started or completed. Hover over the progress bar for a project to see percents. Light green means Review 1 started or completed. A completed project is shown in all light green.
Deadline: Shows the final deadline for a project, if it has one.
Languages: Shows the source language of the project, followed by the target languages. Languages appear in alphabetical order. If you can't see all of them, point to the field. memoQ displays all the languages in a bubble.
Created: Shows the date the project was created.
Last accessed: Shows the date when someone opened the project for the last time. Local projects only.
Commands: Shows icons for a few commands. To see the icons, point at the field in the row of a project. Here are the commands you can use directly from the list:
•Back up project
To learn about all commands for projects: See the Project ribbon.
When each project is shown in two rows (see above), the four main descriptive fields are also there:
•Sub: Subject field of the project.
•Dom: A general category descriptor. Use it to refine your project categories.
•Cli: Name of the client that the project was created for.
•Pro: An 'umbrella' project identifier. Use it if there's a larger project that contains several jobs.
You cannot edit these fields here. You define them when you create a project.