Members Portal Languages
  • 04 Aug 2022
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Members Portal Languages


Supported Languages on the Members Portal

The Members Portal is available in the following languages

  • English
  • Spanish
  • Portuguese
  • French
  • German
  • Italian
  • Arabic*
  • Hebrew*
  • Japanese*
  • Dutch*
  • Norwegian*
  • Polish*
  • Swedish*

*You need to activate these languages on the Admin Panel to use them on your Members Portal.

Your Members Portal language is based on each user's browser default language. If their browser language isn't part of the available languages, the Members Portal is displayed in English by default.

For example, if a customer's browser default language is Romanian, the Members Portal will be displayed in English.

If you're using version 4 of the Members Portal, you can easily switch between languages by scrolling down to the bottom of any page. From there, you can select any other language from the drop-down list.
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Once a user selects a language via this menu, the portal remains in the language until they change it again, no matter which browser default language they use.

Editing Default Translations

You can tweak the translation of any of the languages Nexudus supports by default. This is particularly useful if you want your Members Portal to match the way your brand usually communicates with customers.

You can translate any text on the Members Portal by finding and editing the relevant translation tokens. All your edits are live shortly after you save them.

For more information, check out Editing Translation Tokens .

Translating Your Members Members Portal

You can also easily translate your Members Portal in any language of your choice if Nexudus doesn't support it already.

For example, you want to translate your Members Portal in Turkish or Bulgarian.

The translation process is simple, but it will usually take a few days for you to translate all the tokens available on your portal.

For more information, check out Translating the Members Portal in a New Language.