Crowdin automatically creates an account for you in the system.
If you’re using your own username/password for Crowdin, you won’t be able to access the project. Here’s how to log in correctly to access your BLEND translation projects:
- Before opening a Crowdin project, please visit Crowdin and make sure you’re logged out, as shown below (click ‘Log Out’):
- By clicking the ‘workbench’ button on the Project page in the BLEND platform, the system will automatically log you into Crowdin through your BLEND account. This means that you don’t have to create or log in to your own personal account.
Crowdin requests login credentials, what should I do?
If you encounter difficulties accessing the Crowdin editor automatically and the workbench prompts for login credentials, attempt the following steps: navigate to the "Crowdin" tab and access the main Crowdin page. Subsequently, try to enter the workbench again by clicking "Open Editor" on the Project Page. Refer to the provided screenshot for visual guidance. Additionally, consider clearing your browser's cache and cookies as an alternative solution.
You may check the other ways to resolve log in issues on our Forum Post via the link:
If this doesn’t work, try clearing your cache or using a different web browser.