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Automatically translate Lodgify's help articles

Our Knowledge Base articles currently exist in English, Spanish, French and Italian. However, if none is your first language, and you are struggling to understand some parts, we recommend using Google Translate for automatic website translations. In the following, we will show you the options of translating our help pages depending on your device and browser.

💡 Notes:

  • It will not be possible to search the Knowledge Base in a different language in any of the cases described below.
  • As these are automatic machine translations, Lodgify is not responsible for any errors in the translations. We have evaluated translations to Lodgify's core languages and found them helpful. Nevertheless, they are no official Lodgify translations.
Device and browser Solution
Mac - Safari If you are accessing Lodgify's help pages via Safari on your Mac, click on the Translate button next to the Smart Search Field, and choose a language. Screenshot 2023-08-31 at 12.26.56.png
Mac or PC - Google Chrome

If you are using Google Chrome on your Mac or PC and you want to read our knowledge base articles in another language, you can install the Google Translate Extension from the Chrome web store in your browser.

Simply click Add to Chrome and the extension will be installed.

Now, whenever you access a webpage that you would like to translate, click on the Google Translate icon in the top-right corner of your browser (or inside your Extensions), and select into which language you want the page to be translated.Google_Translate_Extension_2.gif

iPhone & iPad - Safari

If you are browsing our help pages on an iPhone to iPad and are using iOS, your Safari browser will have an automatic translation tool already built-in to translate websites to your device's set default language.
To translate the website, click on the Action button (looks like two A's) on the left of the URL, and then select Translate to [your phone's default language].Screenshot_04-19-2021_13.41.43.png

💡 Note: If your phone or iPad is running on iOS 13 or earlier, you can use the Microsoft Translator extension

Android - Google Chrome App If you are using the Google Chrome App from your Android phone and want to translate a website into a different language, simply click on the three vertical dots in the top-right corner and click Translate
Now you can select at the bottom into which language you want the page to be translated.
Any other browser In case you are using another browser, you can always copy the URL of the original Help Center article and paste it into Google translate. It will return a link with the translated version of the website. Google_transalte_URL_transaltion.gif
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