You can enable localization for your institution if you are on Super plan or above. When localization is enabled, users with the role type Learner can change their language in user settings. This will translate all user interface copy that is not user generated for them.
Which parts of the interface are translated?
User interface copy that is not user-generated will be translated. That means all content like activity descriptions, quiz questions, feedback etc. is not translated.
What role types can use localization?
At the moment, we only support localization for users with a Learner institution role type. If you want to see localization for all user types, you can upvote this feature request: Localization for all user types.
What languages are supported?
We currently support English, French and Danish with more languages being added soon. Please let us know which language you'd like us to support on this feature request post on our roadmap.
What plan do I need?
Localization is currently supported on our Pro plan and above.
How do I enable localization for my institution?
To enable localization in your institution, go to your institution dashboard → Settings and scroll to the localization section. Click the toggle to enable localization for your institution.
When an institution has localization enabled, users will have their language set based on the language of their operating system when they first create an account in Eduflow. An institution can also set a default language for all their users, so all users will start with a default language. Learners can still change their language setting later.
How do users change their language?
When localization is enabled in the institution, all users can change language in their user settings. To access user settings, click on your user badge in the top right of the header and click User settings.