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Multi language feature
The multi language feature can be used to set both the virtual platform as well as the app up in different languages for attendees to use
Available for: online events and apps; packages: extensive
Note: Using this feature means that a considerable amount of additional work needs to be done by the organisers to set up the event!
In the admin panel, navigate to 'Settings', choose 'General settings' and then click on 'Event information' on the left-hand side menu. Scroll down to 'Language settings' to find the setting 'Enable Multi-language'. Make sure it's enabled. Below, you can choose which languages should be available.
After setting it up, you will find that for various options throughout the admin panel, you can enter different texts for the same 'data field', for example, program titles, location names and company descriptions:
The users will then see only the text in their relevant language in the platform/app. If that corresponding field has not been filled out, the default language of your event will be displayed to the users.
Language tags are tags that will be assigned to all users depending on which language they prefer for the event. There are three ways how the users can get their language tag:
- 3.After log-in: The users choose their language after they logged in to the platform/app themselves.
When sending out push notifications or setting up CTAs, different texts can be written so all users receive them in their relevant language. The push notifications can be sent to all users with the relevant language tag. When users switch languages, their language tag also changes.
Switching languages in the virtual platform
Switching languages in the app
Last modified 3mo ago