Default Input Language

Note

This is a setting that affects content creation only. Code users are not impacted by any changes.

How to get there

  1. Select My Company from the side menu.
  2. Click on the Settings tab.
  3. Look for the "Languages" section (picture) (picture).

What's the Default Input Language?

  • When in edit mode, it's the language to which the translation in the top input field is assigned (picture).
  • Depending on the settings, different users may have different default input languages.
  • The goal is to facilitate content creation and avoid incorrect entries or missing translations.

Setting Options

You may choose between six options (picture).

Default Input LanguageOrder of Translations of Input Fields
Application Language1. Current Application Language (picture)
2. Company Languages in set order (picture)
Session Language1. Current Session Language
2. Company Languages in set order (picture)
Company Language1. Main Company Language (picture)
2. Additional Company Languages in set order (picture)
(1) Company Language matching the Session Language
or
(2) Application Language
1. Any of the Company Languages that matches* the Session Language. If no match available: Application Language
2. Company Languages in set order
(1) Company Language matching the Session Language
or
(2) Session Language
1. Any of the Company Languages that matches* the Session Language. If no match available: Session Language
2. Company Languages in set order
(1) Company Language matching the Session Language
or
(2) Company Language
1. Any of the Company Languages that matches* the Session Language. If no match available: Main Company Language
2. Company Languages in set order

*Matching languages: Languages that fall into the same main category
Examples:
- de-DE, de-AT, de-CH --> DE
- en-GB, en-US, en-AU --> EN

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