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Adding and Removing Target Languages

Michaël Hoste

Michaël Hoste

Founder & CEO

Who is Michaël?

Michaël is the founder of Translation.io. He is always interested in hearing your feedback on the product.

Feel free to get in touch: michael@translation.io

Here’s a question we frequently receive from new users: “How do I add a new target language to my project?

The quick answer is trivial: update the config.target_locales parameter in your project’s translation.rb file and perform a sync with rake translation:sync.

TranslationIO.configure do |config|
  config.target_locales = ['nl', 'fr']
  # e.g., change to ['nl', 'fr', 'de']

It’s easy if you already know the language codes you need. But if you don’t know what codes to use, don’t worry: we added a language picker to the Manage languages page of each project.

Change translation language

Pick your target languages

Just pick all the target languages you wish to have in your project, and we’ll generate the line of code for you to copy/paste in the initializer.

Copy. Paste. Sync

Published on April 09, 2015
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