# Add and manage translations

Access from homepage: Select your event > Event > Translations

Visit's Translations feature allows you to support multiple languages across your registration process (including forms and questions), and in your emails.

On the Translations page you can:

  • View available translations.
  • Add new translations.
  • Enable, edit, clone and delete an existing translation.

# Browse translations

Visit displays all available translations in alphabetical order. You can filter them using the Level dropdown. Select Event to view translations that are only available for this event,or select Organisation to view translations that are available across your organisation.

# Create a new translation

  1. Select + Add.
  2. Enter a name. Visit uses this name to display the translation, for example in the Translations list. Consider using the language name.
  3. Set the translation level. Event level items are available for use in the current event. Organisation level items are available for use across all events in the organisation.
  4. Select the language from the dropdown.
  5. Select Ok to save the translation and return to the Translations list.

By default, a new translation is disabled.

# Add text to a translation

You can translate Visit's system text. For example, create a French version of help text such as "Add to basket" or error text such as "Already registered".

  1. Double click the translation you want to write.
  2. For each text, write your translation.
  3. Select Save.

# Enable or disable a translation

In a new event, all translations are disabled by default. You need to enable the translations you want to use for this event.

  1. Hover over the target translation.
  2. Select the Open menu icon
  3. Select Enable translation to make this translation available for use, or select Disable translation to turn it off for this event.

# Edit translation settings

  1. Hover over the target translation.
  2. Select the Open menu icon
  3. Select Edit.
  4. Change the translation settings.
  5. Select Ok to save.

# Clone a translation

Cloning a translation copies all settings and data associated with the translation, such as question translations. This allows you to reuse and customise an existing translation. For example, you want two versions of English, one formal, one informal. You can create one version, then clone it to reuse it, meaning you do not need to start a completely new English translation.

  1. Hover over the target translation.
  2. Select the Open menu icon
  3. Select Clone.
  4. Optional: provide a new name for the new translation.
  5. Select Ok.