This article will outline how to add translations to your form so that users can choose which language to view and complete the form in.
Within the Form Builder, each language will have its own translated version of the form. When creating the form, by default you will be able to create it in English, however, you may wish to toggle between the different languages available in order to write the translated text.
To toggle to another language:
Once you have switched to the new language, you will see the questions appear in the current translated version of the form. Therefore if a user was to toggle the form language, the text that appears within the form builder for that language is what would be displayed to them.
In order to translate the form:
Translating the form text within a form can be a long and tedious task if you are trying to translate a large form or multiple forms within your site. You can make translations to the site in Bulk through the Translation section of the site.
To translate a form through the Translation Upload:
For more detailed steps in regards to uploading a translation CSV please refer to Translations - Overview.
If you have multiple languages within your site your forms will also be available to your applicants in those languages. As mentioned previously, if you have not yet translated the form, the default question numbers will appear.
Here is an example of an untranslated form:
|What is your favourite colour?|
- Choice 1
- Choice 2
- Choice 3
- Choice 4
- Choice 5
As the French translation has not been updated yet, it will appear with the question numbers to the applicants which can cause confusion to your users filling out the form.