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Support multiple languages in Web Content (forms, surveys, etc)

Form Fields should support multiple languages by having label fields where each language can be stored. When using the form designer, the form field selector on the right should display the available different labels, or the form should have a control that permits the designer to select the language to use, which would in turn use the corresponding language from the form fields.

Example, if there is a form field for "First Name", and we want to be able to use this on an English, French or Chinese language form, the English, French and Chinese labels for "First Name" should be stored on the Form Field record. Then in the form designer, we should be able to set that the form will be rendered in Chinese and the Chinese labels would be used for all fields.

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  • Jul 28 2020
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  • Guest commented
    10 May 08:57am

    We operate globally and in 10 languages, having a single form that can be translated would save so much time and be easier than having to clone the base form 9 times. We sometimes use Microsoft Forms for quicker jobs as they provide this feature.

  • Guest commented
    13 Oct, 2022 03:13pm

    Can you tell us when this feature is planned to be released? Thx! Carolyn

  • Helen Murray commented
    5 Aug, 2021 11:05am

    Yes this would be very useful for use in public sector in Wales where we need to comply with Welsh Language standards.

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