You can connect all your registered sites, including sub-sites in the same multisite setup, to share packages of automatic translation credits or simplify your invoices using one pay-as-you-go account. Connecting multiple sites also shares their translation memory and glossary.
Some benefits of connecting your sites:
Because the cost-per-credit decreases the more you translate each month, paying for all your automatic translation on one invoice gives you the best deal on automatic translation.
Thanks to a shared translation memory, you never pay to translate the same sentence twice – no matter which site it appears on.
You can keep your terminology and important phrases consistent across all your sites with a shared glossary.
There’s only one pay-as-you-go invoice to keep track of.
If you buy a package of credits, you can use those credits on any of your registered sites without needing to assign them to each individual site.
How to Connect Your Sites
You connect your sites using a migration code. This can be found by going to WPML → Translation Management and clicking the Tools tab.
Then, enter that migration code on your other site:
Go to WPML → Translation Management and click the Tools tab.
Expand the Connected Sites section.
Click Enter the connection key of another site and paste the migration code you copied.
Unable to Connect Sites?
In some cases, the system might prevent you from connecting sites. Here are a couple of reasons why this might happen.
You Cannot Merge Sites That Both Have Active Accounts
If both sites have active, separate accounts for automatic translation you need to:
Cancel the account on one of these two sites.
Wait for the charge to be triggered for the canceled account (usually takes about an hour).
Pay final invoice for the canceled account.
Get the migration code from the site with the canceled account and enter it into the site with the still active account.
You Cannot Connect Sites That Have An Outstanding Invoice On the Automatic Translation Account
If a site has an unpaid invoice you will have to pay it before being able to connect the site to another.
How to Disconnect Sites
Connected sites share a translation memory, glossary, and credits. This means that when you disconnect a site:
Any in-progress translations on that site will be canceled.
Translation memory and glossary on that site will be reset.