How to test the content in a Japanese language website?

dhanapal jayaraj's picture

We are migrating the existing japanese website and relaunching in our company platform. I need to do the content testing in the migrated site. Please help me how to verify the Japanese content with the legacy site.

We don't have resource who knows Japanese langauage. Is there any tool which can be used for comparing the legacy site content with the migrated site content?

3 Answers

Priti Gaikwad's picture



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Surbhi Nahta's picture



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Kanika Vatsyayan's picture

I believe testing the Japanese content would need you to use some translation tool first. Besides, I think you might even need to focus on localization testing to ensure that your website works well for the audience. It will help you get an idea of how well a user could interact with the website.

Regarding comparing the content part with the legacy website, the only way seems to be to get the content translated into English or another language you are familiar with. If it is something related to plagiarism or any other concerns related to the content, I would only be able to assist you better if you could explain the query in a bit more detail.

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