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Multilingual App

Let your app talk in the language your customers speak. Add any language, translate your entire app with just a single click.

1. Admin > Customize > Languages.  Click on the language that you want to manage.
 
 
2. You're into the language's translation overview where you can initiate various other tasks.
 
 
  • All: Displays the entire context of your app and translation
  • Missing: Shows any missing translation for a UI element. This can be useful to find any UI element that was added since the completion of the app's translation
  • Changed: Shows any changes to the previous status of a UI element's translation including manual translations
  • Warning: Any translation-related warnings or errors, especially where a reverse translation doesn't get back the exact word in the default language 

Auto-translate

1. Click on the 'Translate Missing button.' The system starts translating each UI element.
 
 
  • Notice the difference now in missing, changed, and warning statuses
  • Darker orange highlights  under the controlling column show Warnings where the  reverse-translation gives entirely a different word back. Lighter orange and pinkish highlights indicate slight differences. These are areas where you might involve manual translations to be perfect 

Manual Translations & UI Element Buttons

1. Click on the row that you need to translate.
 
 
2. Click on the edit button in blue.
 
 
3. Enter the right word, and save.
  • Use the black button with the 'g' icon to translate with google
  • Use the yellow  button with 'bi-direction arrow' to reverse translate with google
  • Use the globe button to view the translation for all your other languages 
 
 

Reverse-translation

Click on the 'Controlling' to view your translation in backward to see the accuracy of auto-translation.
 
 

Download Translation

You also download your entire UI elements' translation Excel format for offline checking and correction.
 
 
 
 

Settings

1. Click on the 'Settings.'
 
 
 
 
  • Enable / Disable the language. Use the  second option to enable the language
Since the language has already been enabled, you get the option 'Disable' now. However, whenever a new language is added, it needs to be 'enabled' first. 
  • Live Preview
 
 
Select any of your active languages.
 
 
  • Make default language
Use this option to make the language you're currently working on the default.