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Please consider a few things while working on the project:
1) Maximal accuracy will create the best user experience.
2) Use your choice of style creatively once your translation met the requirement of picking the most identical match.
3) It makes sense for the translation to be similarly concise and following the same formalities as the original.
4) Let's always use the same translations on identical source expressions:
trashed notes is
gelöschte Dateien in German, you would always translate it using this expression.
Exception would be when you grammatically are bound to use an alternative, but keep it simple.
In order to find all the identical expressions, search Crowdin and see all the occurences of one term
Standardize all occurrences as good as you can, so that identical terms get identical translations.
Note should definitely always have just one translation.
5) For plural please add the appropriate translation each in the corresponding block.
%1 tags need to be written without a space, in LTR languages you can either insert the tags
from the original or write them into your translation.
& in front of any letter that should be used in a shortcut, can be the same as in original but does not have to.
Thanks a lot for your help!