UPDATE: MAY 5 2015
Please note that the content in this article focuses on a legacy version of the iPerceptions code, and as such may no longer be applicable. To learn more about our Universal Code, please check out this section of our support forum, as well as this article for more information on setting invitation rates for projects which use the iPerceptions Universal Code.
You may sometimes notice that a "warning" icon is present for some languages whenever looking at the "Invitation Rate Summary" table provided in the "Adjust Invitation Rate" page:
There are two reasons for why you may be seeing these icons:
1) This language has not been activated for your survey
While you may have added this language to your survey, by default it is left deactivated until you choose to activate it yourself. To activate a language, find your survey within the "My Projects" section of the portal, and click the "Active" checkboxes provided for these languages:
However, sometimes you will be unsuccessful in activating a language, which leads us to issue 2.
2) All translations have not yet been entered for these languages
The portal will not allow you to activate a language if all translations have not been entered for it. To complete entering the translations for your languages, simply click its respective icon under the "Edit Language" column on the "My Projects" page:
Within the translations page, find any question which shows the icon shown below, and enter your translations accordingly. This icon means that a translation is missing either for the question, an answer, or both: