This article offers an explanation of how to create Exchanges in multiple languages.If you would like to learn about how to participate in different languages, click here.
Enabling the multi-language features of ThoughtExchange can be a great way to reach more participants. It is also super easy.
When creating your Exchange, pop into the Exchange Settings menu in the top right-hand corner, and navigate to the 'Language' tab on the left. You can choose English, French and/or Spanish, which are all fully supported (meaning you have full control over translating your question, introduction, etc.); or you can enable the “Offer additional participation in languages with Google Translate” option (where Google Translate does all the work for you - but it might not have that same level of hands-on accuracy). When you are finished selecting languages, click the Apply button at the bottom of the page.
Note: You can only activate new languages before you launch your Exchange.
When you have activated another fully supported language, an additional step called 'Translations' will appear on your Exchange creation stepper. You can enter custom, translated text for each element of your Exchange in this step. We also show you the English text for reference. If you are creating an Exchange using a template, we also provide translated text in French and Spanish, which is fully editable.
Once your Exchange is live, participants simply need to select the language of their choice on the Welcome page.
Have questions? Feel free to reach out to your Client Success Manager or our Support Team to learn more.
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