How to configure your browser to automatically translate a page

  • updated 1 mth ago

If you are viewing a community with content in a language other than your own, you can use your browser to automatically translate the page by following these steps:

  1. Look for the translate icon in your browser's address bar. The icon may look like a globe, or it may be labeled "Translate" or "Translate page." If you don't see the translate icon, you may need to enable the translation feature in your browser's settings.

  2. Click on the translate icon to open the translation options.

  3. If the website is in a language that is different from your default language, the translation should start automatically. If not, select the language you want to translate the page to.

  4. Your web browser will translate the page automatically. Some browsers may show a pop-up message asking if you want to translate the page. If you select "Always translate" or "Never translate," your browser will remember your preference for future visits to that website.

  5. If you want to disable automatic translation, simply click the translate icon again and select "Turn off translation" or "Never translate this site."

Note: The specific steps may vary depending on the browser. See these browser resources for more information: 


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