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LisPowerapp
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Microsoft Translator error rate limit is exceeded

I created an app and it is translated using the microsoft translater. I now only get this message. Does anyone know what this is exactly and how I can solve it?

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timl
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Hi @LisPowerapp 

There's a limit to the amount of data that you can translate with Microsoft Translator.

For example, the lowest subscription level enables you to translater up to 2m characters per hour. This link here provides more details.

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/cognitive-services/translator/request-limits

The error message you receive suggests that you've exceeded this limit. To help solve it, can you clarify what data you're translating? For example, if you have static labels and text, you could translate these during the design of your app so that you can reduce the number of calls to the translator service.

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timl
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Hi @LisPowerapp 

There's a limit to the amount of data that you can translate with Microsoft Translator.

For example, the lowest subscription level enables you to translater up to 2m characters per hour. This link here provides more details.

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/cognitive-services/translator/request-limits

The error message you receive suggests that you've exceeded this limit. To help solve it, can you clarify what data you're translating? For example, if you have static labels and text, you could translate these during the design of your app so that you can reduce the number of calls to the translator service.

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