We currently have full translation capabilities for Arabic, Catalan, Croatian,Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Hebrew, Hungarian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Slovak, Spanish, and Swedish. Once configured, the translations are then displayed to end users based on their default language set in their browser.
We can add new translations if you don't see your desired language in our current options, and if you are using RTL scripts please let us know, as this can also be enabled through a quick CSS modification.
The first step to enabling translations is selecting your default language from under the settings > advanced tab. There is a drop-down menu near the bottom of the left column where you can select this:
Next you will have to toggle enable, 'Translate to users preferred language'
Enable the feature as shown above, and then hit 'Save'. Now you can head over to your templates for the last step...
Click on your desired template and then select the 'Translations' tab. Now you can configure your translations (it's possible to configure multiple translations per template) and then hit 'Save'.
You're all set!
If you have any questions or would like some help, please reach out to us via live chat or through our support email firstname.lastname@example.org.