memoQ needs Muses to suggest possible next words in predictive typing.

From a template, memoQ can automatically set up Muses for a project.

You can use Muses specifically for the client, domain, subject, and umbrella project for the job. If the template is set up with these, memoQ will use existing Muses if they are already there. If they are not: You need to create them manually. memoQ won't create a Muse automatically.

You can select Muses using a naming rule. This works if you have several Muses, and you follow a strict naming convention.

Muses are local only: You can't use Muses in online project. If a template specifies Muses, memoQ will use them only if you create local projects from it.

How to get here

Open the Resource Console. Choose Project templates. Select the template you want to edit. Under the list, click Edit.

Local only: Even when you edit a template on the server, memoQ will use Muses only if you create a local project from the template.

On the left, click Muses. The Muses pane appears.


What can you do?

Automatically use Muses for the client, domain, subject, or umbrella project of the job

Automatically use a Muse that matches a name

When you finish

To set up other options: Click another category in the Edit project template window.

To set up translation memories: On the left, click Translation memories.

To save the project template: Click OK.

To return to the Resource console, and not change the project template: Click Cancel.