You can campaign in any language on Do Gooder with support for all left to right languages, and translations provided out of the box for 9 languages (on the Goodest and PRO plans - see plans and pricing) including English, Indonesian, Dutch, French, Italian, Japanese, Continental and Brazilian Portuguese, Thai, and Spanish.

To add a language open the Advanced Tab of your campaign and click the checkboxes next to the languages you wish to add. Like so …

NOTE: You do not need to campaign in English if you do not wish too. You can instead choose another language then drag that language into the default area and click Save & Continue, then uncheck English and click Save again.

Once you have chosen one or more of languages hit the Save & Continue editing link at the bottom of the edit form. The new language will appear on the right hand side of your campaign like so ...

The white/ticked language is the current one and the others can be edited and accessed by clicking that button. The page will reload and your content that is language specific will be shown (empty at first). All of the form labels and other user interface elements that are not entered by you normally are pre-translated by Do Gooder.

Once you have added the translations (the usual fields that are required need to be entered as a minimum but you can return to complete translations of other fields at any time.

Non-natively supported languages

If you wish to campaign in another language not natively supported by Do Gooder you can do that also. Just enter your own field and user interface content by choosing one of the natively supported languages (it doesn't matter which, as long as you do not wish to utilise that language as well).

So for example you might choose to replace English and campaign only in your chosen language, or if you wish to campaign in English and one other language you can simply add Dutch and then click the checkbox labelled 'Use custom translations/override’ below the language selection widget, like so...

You should then translate each of the content labels on the left with your language replacements on the right. These will then be displayed for your chosen language. That’s it, you’ll now have a campaign that includes that language (which you can also make your default language if you wish)




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