Changing your survey language switches certain default survey text—like navigation buttons and the survey end page—to another language. For the rest of your survey, like the title and questions, you need to provide your own translations.
To change the survey language:
We provide translations for the following default survey text in over 50 survey languages:
When you make a question required or add validation to a question, we automatically add an error message in the current survey language. Error messages let survey takers know if they fill out a question in the wrong format, or if they skip a required question.
When you change the survey language, error messages for existing questions do not automatically update to the new language, so you'll need to go back and update them.
To update existing error messages to match the new survey language:
The error message will now appear in the current survey language.
You can change the survey language to RTL languages such as Arabic and Hebrew and write survey question text from right to left. However, it's not possible to adjust the survey layout to display question numbers, matrix rows, labels, and navigation from right to left.
To make the survey language RTL: