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Manage multi-language content

Going multi-language? Great! Let us guide you through the process.

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Written by Gregory Claeyssens
Updated over a week ago

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Watch our Academy video πŸ“Ή on: Managing Account Settings for a step-by-step guide.

1. Adding languages to your account

Before you can create multi-language articles in StoryChief, you'll need to first add languages to your account. To do this, follow the instructions below:

Step 1. In the right top corner, click on your user profile and select "Settings" in the dropdown menu.

Step 2. Select "Languages" under "Articles".

Step 3. Click on the "Add Language" button

Select a language from the predefined list.Β 

πŸ”” Note: If you have an external website with multiple languages make sure to match the language codes. For instance, for a WordPress website with the language code nl-BE, you will need to fill in nl-BE in the code field.

2. Translating articles

Now that we have multiple languages we can translate our article.
In the Articles overview page, a new "Translate" option will be available. Click on it and choose the language you want to use.

Clicking on "Translate" will duplicate the chosen article, link it to the original version, and forward you to the editor where you can begin to translate it. You can change the set language of the article by going to the "Summary" tab.

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