If you want to exclude certain pages from being translated, you can use the newest page exclusion feature that allows to do just that.
Some websites have lengthy Terms and Conditions pages, Privacy pages and so on which for some reason you don’t want translated to foreign languages.
Most likely, to save some wordcount as many of you prefer to stay under the low limits that free plan offers and don’t want to comply with GDPR rules when it comes to selling to Europe.
Regardless what your true intentions are. You can now legally exclude the pages from translation (and wordcount too!) using 4 different methods:
These are standard regular expressions, so if you are vaguely familar with them, you would be able to setup page exclusion in less than few minutes.
Of course, there are other ways to prevent pages from translated, but this is the topic of other articles.