6.5 Translating Posts

On this page, you will find information about how to translate posts into other available languages.

The post translation function is only available to admins or registered users with adequate permissions. This means that non registered users cannot translate posts. To translate a post:

Select a post from your data view.

Click on the edit icon on the post cards or post details. This will load the post editor form on the right pane of your page, where you’ll be able to edit any of the content.

Select language to translate post to:

  • In the upper right corner of the post editor form, you will see a dropdown with the default language that your deployment is currently in.

  • Click on the dropdown to select another language, notice the change of language on the text/body of the post editor form.

  • Click save/submit once your edit is done.

Note: The languages that will be available on the drop down list will be the ones you selected while translating your survey

  • You will be redirected to a page with the translatable content in the default language and fields where you can add your translations.

  • On the empty fields, translate the fields’ content into the chosen language e.g in the above image the default language is English and the added language is French.

  • Click Save at the upper or bottom right hand side of the screen when all is done.

  • To see translations, at the upper left corner of the page, click on the dropdown menu and see the available languages that the postcard can be viewed in, click on the language you prefer to view in.

(From our example above we translated ours to Spanish)

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