Language localization at UserGuiding is the process of adapting your content's language to a specific country or region. It allows you to reach out to a larger audience base with your guides, checklists, and resource centers.

All you will need to do is create your content, such as guides in your main language, duplicate and translate the content in your target language(s) and finally, match your content with the correct audiences.

Localizing your content

Here are the steps you need to take to localize your content in multiple languages:

1- Create content in your main language, then duplicate.

2- Manually translate and edit the text on each guide in your target language on the Chrome Extension.

3- To localize the proceeding buttons for guides and hotspots, go to the Themes > Language.

Here’s an example of a theme in Spanish:

4 - Based on your target audience’s Browser language or by using a custom attribute, create a specific user segment to match your localized Guide.

5- Go to your guide settings and select your customized segment. Here, you can make sure each localized UserGuiding content is visible to their right audience.

6- Now, all you have to do is click SAVE and publish your content live!

To learn more, check out our article on Creating Multilingual Guides!

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