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How do I maintain my terminology?

Terminology maintenance

How do I maintain my terminology?

This free STAR Campus beginners' webinar features tips & tricks for maintenance and quality assurance of your terminological dictionaries. Save the date, register and participate!

Tips and tricks for spring cleaning your dictionaries

Good terminology is a valuable tool for your translation work. Therefore, like any tool, it should be regularly maintained.

TermStar supports you with proven capabilities, allowing you to efficiently “clean” your dictionaries and terminology: Duplicate filters, combinable filters, and global changes—even across data set and language boundaries.

In this Webinar, you'll learn how to maintain and improve the quality of your dictionaries through terminology management.


To start, you'll learn about TermStar's duplicate filters, which allow you to quickly find and clean up unwanted duplicate entries.

Then, we'll show you how to use and combine data set filters to view and check terminology.

You will also learn how to easily make global changes to your terminology, for example, implementing new spelling in one entry, implements it in all data sets.

Finally, we will give you a brief look at what is possible with the features in TermStar Professional.

Target audience

Beginner terminologists and translators

This Webinar is for those who do not already know TermStar or have little experience with it.

If you want to discover what the most important functions for terminology management are, this Webinar is right for you.

Dates and Times

  • Webinar in German: April 25, 4:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. (UTC+2)
  • Webinar in English: April 27, 10:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. (UTC+2)

Register and participate

The webinar will take place online and is free of charge, although the number of participants is limited. To register, simply send an e-mail to transit@star-group.net

We use the TeamViewer webinar software. Once you have registered, you will receive the login details for accessing and participating in the webinar.

Further reading

You can find more information on terminology creation and terminology management with TermStar on our blog: 


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