The powerful multi-language feature allows you to display content in other languages, depending on the region.
Consider a scenario where User A is from France and User B is from England. Although your website accommodates both languages, the widget only shows content in English. This is where the multi-language feature comes into play.
This article will provide you with the steps to integrate the multi-language feature into your website:
- Open your widget editor, and locate the text (within the widget’s editor) that you wish to make available in multiple languages. Then, find and click on the “languages” icon next to the text.
- A popup window will appear. Click on the "Add Language" button to add a new language to your widget.
- Then, choose the desired language from the available options.
- Enter the text that you want to display specifically for the selected language region.
- If you wish to add more languages, repeat the process by clicking the "Add language" button, choosing the language region, and inputting the corresponding text.
- There are two methods for previewing the languages you’ve set up:
In the editor:
Locate the "Set Local" icon at the top right of your editor. Click on it to choose the language you want to display.
In the preview:
Click the "Preview" button in your editor to open the widget preview:
Within the preview, on the right sidebar, find the "Set Local" icon to select your preferred language for display: