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To start using Translation Hub, a Google Cloud administrator must create or set up an existing Google Cloud project. The administrator must enable the Cloud Translation API in the project. For more information about managing projects, see Manage access to projects, folders, and organizations.
This process involves the Google Cloud console, which is a web interface that you can use to provision, configure, manage, and monitor resources in Google Cloud. If you haven't used the Google Cloud console before, see the Cloud console page for more information.
Set up a project
A project organizes all your Google Cloud resources. To use Translation Hub, the project must be linked to a billing account. Project usage is charged to the linked billing account.
In the Google Cloud console, on the project selector page, select or create a Google Cloud project.
Make sure that billing is enabled for your Google Cloud project. Learn how to check if billing is enabled on a project.
For more information about Translation Hub pricing, see the pricing page.
Enable the Translation Hub API.
When you enable the Translation Hub API, you also enable the Cloud Translation API. Both APIs are required to use Translation Hub.
- Learn how to enable users to request translations.
- Compare the basic and advanced tiers.