How do I add Translations for different languages?

Modified on Fri, 15 Mar 2024 at 10:51 AM

The Google Translations feature is only available with the Plus Plan or as an Add On

Using the power of Google Translate, the Droplet Form Builder can easily add translations for over 150+ languages to your form. This article will walk you through how to add translations for different languages as well as adding a language selector to your form so that the user can select the language with which they feel most comfortable. 

Navigate to the Translations Area of the Builder

  1. Click the three-dots menu and select "Translations".
  2. Click "+ New Language" and Select the language from the dropdown or by searching.
  3. All text on the form will who as translations. You can check the translations and alter anything needed.
  4. Save any changes.

Add a Language Component on the Form

  1. Click on the Form tab to navigate back to the form layout.
  2. Find the Language Component and drag it to your form.
  3. Within the properties panel, select the languages for which you have added translations.
  4. Save changes.

Updating Translations

  1. Any time you have saved changes to any text within the form, navigate back over to the translations area.
  2. For each language, you can click the "Translate" button to update all translations for that language.
  3. When you have ensured that all changes are correct, click "Mark All Correct" to remove the warning.

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