Spotted over on LinkedIn: an update from Lilt for August 2016 updates to its autoadaptive translation platform.

The update includes a new “reviewer mode,” which allows a partially-completed document to be sent to review, limiting the reviewer to already-translated segments, while the translator forges on ahead. This can be particularly helpful for lengthy file content.

Next comes “fuzzy match diff,” which allows comparison of a translation memory match between source and current segments.

The last new feature is multiword autocomplete — which considers clusters of words, such as common phrases or terminology, from custom memory.

You can read the full update on LinkedIn.