For multi-language applications, UserGuiding has text support enabled for all languages and scripts available within modern browsers.
In 6 short steps, you can create multilingual content such as guides, and show them to their target audience.
Here's how to go about it!
Step 1 - Create your guide 🤓
To begin, create your guide in your main language.
Step 2 - Duplicate your guide
You can duplicate as many times as you wish, for however many languages you want to translate your guides to!
👀 Here's a tip: To make things easier, name each guide based on the language you are hoping to translate them, and don't forget to save!
Step 3 - Translate 🤖
Manually translate and edit the text on each guide in your target language. This is a crucial part of our process!
Step 4 - Edit and select the relevant theme
To translate the text in your proceeding buttons, you have to either create a new theme or duplicate an existing one! To not get them confused, it would be a good idea to name them distinctively. Make sure to save then and select this theme in your correlating guides' settings. 😊
Now, we can translate our buttons. 🤓
Step 5 - Segment your guides 🤗
To make sure your guides are visible to the right audience, you need to segment your guides. You have 2 options 🤷🏽♀️:
Option 1️⃣: Create a segment
You can create a segment set to a certain group of your end-users whose Browser Language is in your target language.
To do this, create different segments for each guide and select "Browser Language" as your property. Make sure the "Browser Language" is in your target language!
Option 2️⃣: Create a custom attribute
You can create a custom attribute to define specific user segments for your guides.
You can do this by creating a new attribute and selecting the data format and data source you wish. Here's an example:
Make sure to copy this code and embed it in your website's source code. Then you can select your customized attribute as a property in your segmentation.
Step 6 - Select the right audience ☝️
In the end, make sure to go to your guide settings and select the right segmentation! Just like this:
😌 Final thoughts:
You may wish to select either one of the options for your segmentation. Although selecting option 2️⃣ may seem a bit more complicated and tech-heavy, it will allow you to segment your users more precisely.
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