If your forms can cater to a multilingual audience, you’ll have a much easier time reaching a global audience. If your users can control the language your form reads in, you’ll get higher conversion and satisfaction rates.
To make your form available in multiple languages
- In the Form Builder, go to Settings at the top.
- Next, select Show More Options at the bottom.
- Scroll down to Form Language and choose your form’s default language.
- Right below Form Language, go to Edit next to Translations.
- Next, select Add form language.
- Choose the language you want to translate your form to.
- Select Add Form Language at the bottom.
- Add your translations in the fields.
- Go to the Form Warnings tab to localize your form warning messages.
- All changes you perform are automatically saved.
On the form, available languages will appear in the upper-right corner. See demo form.
Hello, this works perfect. In my case I have my form embedded in a wordpress using polylang plugin to manage different languages.
Is it possible that when users change web language the form uses that language by default?
Why when I pick Español for a language choice only the responses are in Español but not the question itself? Please help
We are working with Afghan refugees. I was wondering if it was possible to get Dari translation possibility.
Are you able to enlarge the form translation button so that it is more obvious.
Basically what Ryan said is true. It's not translating 90% of our form.
This feature might be useful for basic forms such as contact forms, but I consider it essentially non-functional for anything with larger amounts of text (whole single sentences) like a short quiz. When trying to convert a form/quiz into Spanish almost every single field showed untranslated errors except basic fields requiring name and signature.
Not working with dropdown inside table.
Not possible to proceed to translation.