Can I translate my Qwilr Pages?
The Qwilr app is only available in English, but that doesn't mean your Qwilr Pages have to be English. You'll be able to translate most parts of your pages.
In this article:
Translating Text Blocks and Splash Blocks
You can write anything in a Text or Splash block in your local language. If you run into any issues with a character set, or you're writing in a right-to-left formatted language, please let us know.
Translating Quote Blocks
You can modify the labels in the Quote Block to reflect your local language. For example:
- Excluding Tax
Creating a new label
Step 1. To translate a label, head to the top left corner of your Quote Block and click the Block Options icon (three dots). Then select Language Overrides.
Step 2. Click on Edit & manage overrides and you'll be taken to your language settings. If you're adding your first override, the screen will prompt you to add.
Step 3. You'll see a list of labels and edit fields where you can enter your translations. Make your changes and then click Done.
Step 4. Once you've created a set of labels, head back to the Language Overrides menu. Select the label set you want to apply to your quote.
Once you've done that you'll see your translations in place in the Quote Block.
Note: You can also change the quote currency type as needed.
Editing existing labels
To edit an existing label set, head back to the Language Overrides section. Then choose the label set you want to edit.
Translating Accept Blocks
Within your Accept Block, you'll be able to add text in any language above your Accept button. You can also translate the text on the Accept button itself.
Step 1. In the top left corner of the Accept Block, click the Block Options icon (three dots). Then choose Accept Text.
Step 2. Toggle the Enable Custom Text switch. If you like, you can also add in a custom success message.
Step 3. To translate the Accept button, click on it and type in your translation.
The Accept form itself cannot be changed at this time.