Registration and user profile


While everybody can browse projects, view translations or suggest them, only registered users are allowed to actually save changes and are credited for every translation made.

You can register following two simple steps:

  1. Fill out the registration form with your credentials
  2. Activate registration by following in email you receive
  3. Possibly adjust your profile to choose which languages you know

User profile

User profile contains your preferences, name and email. Name and email are being used in VCS commits, so keep this information accurate.

Translated languages

Choose here which languages you prefer to translate. These will be offered to you on main page to have easier access to translations.


Secondary languages

You can define secondary languages, which will be shown you while translating together with source language. Example can be seen on following image, where Slovak language is shown as secondary:



You can subscribe to various notifications on Subscriptions tab. You will receive notifications for selected events on chosen projects for languages you have indicated for translation (see above).

If you are an owner of some project, you will always receive some important notifications, like merge failures or new language requests.


You will not receive notifications for actions you’ve done.



On the Authentication tab you can connect various services which you can use to login into Weblate. List of services depends on Weblate configuration, but can include popular sites such as Google, Facebook, GitHub or Bitbucket.



Weblate can be configured to show avatar for each user (depending on ENABLE_AVATARS). These images are obtained using libravatar protocol (see or using