This plugin allows you to use DeepL translation API to translate posts ( and pages ) right from your WordPress Admin.
Adds a translate button to the edit post page.
Shows current and remaining API usage.
This plugin requires an active DeepL API subscription with access to the API.
Please note that DeepL Starter/Advanced/Ultimate plans do NOT include API access.
You have to get a « DeepL API » plan.
Update 2021/01 : Gutenberg compatibility more better improved. Thanks to @soean
Update 2020/10 : Gutenberg compatibility improved.
Update 2020/08 : Gutenberg compatibility done. A mere two years late.
Update 2020/07 : yes, I’m working on a Gutenberg compatibility + a Pro version to batch translate.
Upload plugin folder to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory
Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
Enter your API key in the Settings/DeepL settings page
This plugin is very promising but does not work in combination with the page builder Elementor.
Are there any plans to implement this in the future? Elementor is a very important and much used pagebuilder. If this does work with Elementor, I will gladly change my rating.
Thanks in advance.
I am so glad I finally found this fantastic plugin!
It's exactly what I need for my workflow.
No other plugin I tried does the job so well like DeepL Pro API translation.
I need translation management daily and this plugin is just super simple yet so powerful! And on top of all it has the "Formality level", which is a MUST HAVE in my daily routine with DeepL and WordPress.
It saves me hours every week and I can't praise it high enough.
Would gladly pay a subscription fee.
Edit: The Plugin works perfect now with Gutenberg after the fix!!
Unfortunately, the translator stopped working after Deepl made changes to the API. Before these changes the translations were running very well.
I still hope that the plugin will work again at some point. Thanks to @malaiac for the constant support.
Former Review: From a moment to another the plugin destroys and breaks all my content as soon as I click on translate. Don't know what to do. The problem appears on multiple sites and domains. Please be careful if you are using the Gutenberg editor.
It's working as from 1.5.2
This is what I receive as a Message.
Gutenberg is not compatible with WPDeepL yet. Please use Classic Editor.
I have Version 1.5.0 and a running DEPPL Pro with API.
Why is this? You wrote you implemented Gutenberg support?