Eventsforce offers a multilingual feature that enables your client-facing website, registration process, and communications to be displayed and sent in an alternative language to English. Within a multilingual event, people can view your website in different languages and register for the event in their language of preference. 

Note: The multilingual functionality is not available by default, as it must be added to your Eventsforce license at an additional cost. Please contact your account manager or Eventsforce support for further information.

Eventsforce supported languages

The following languages are supported by Eventsforce, which means Eventsforce already contains translations for all website headings, non-editable button text, warning messages, and standard database items (example: firstname, email, proceed, etc). Any custom registration questions, website content, or email content will still need to be translated within the event. The supported languages are as follows:

  • English
  • French
  • German
  • Spanish

Note: We will periodically make changes to phrases in our supported languages. If you make any changes to phrases in our supported languages, these will not be updated. You will need to update the phrases in your account. If you require assistance with this, contact our support team on support@eventsforce.com.

Eventsforce unsupported languages

Eventsforce has a growing list of available languages to utilize in your account. Eventsforce does not provide or update phrases for these language files. Therefore, it is the responsibility of the client to maintain these translations so that they reflect enhancements to the software.   

The list of unsupported languages as of September 2019:

  • American
  • Bengali
  • Chinese
  • Czech
  • Danish
  • Dutch
  • Finnish
  • Greek
  • Italian
  • Norwegian
  • Polish
  • Portuguese
  • Russian
  • Swedish
  • Turkish

Note: If you would like to use a language which is not listed, please contact Eventsforce support for more information.

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