Translation

Diff content can be translated to, and from, any language. Here are instructions on how to select a language to write in, translate blog posts and pages, and how to add support for additional languages in the Diff interface. 

How to write in your language of choice

  1. First, log in to Diff.
  2. Then, start a new draft
  3. In the panels next to the editing interface, look for the “Languages” option.
  4. From the dropdown menu, select the language you want to write in. 

How to Translate

Posts

  1. First, log in to Diff.
  2. Then, find the post you want to translate. 
    1. Posts has a list of all blog posts with a search box if you need help finding the post you want to translate. 
  3. Select “Edit” to open the editor.
  4. In the panels next to the editing interface, look for the “Languages” option.
  5. Click the plus (+) icon next to the language you want to translate a post into.
  6. Write your translation and submit for publication. 

Pages

Diff has only a few pages of content, but they are some of the most important pages as they describe how to use Diff! Here’s how to translate Pages. 

  1. First, log in to Diff.
  2. Then, find the page you want to translate. 
    1. Pages has a list of all blog posts with a search box if you need help finding the post you want to translate. 
  3. Select “Edit” to open the editor.
  4. In the panels next to the editing interface, look for the “Languages” option.
  5. Click the plus (+) icon next to the language you want to translate a page into.
  6. Write your translation and submit for publication. 

Interface

Page titles, menus and other interface elements can be translated.

To see available interface elements to translate, join Diff then log in to Diff and visit Strings translations

Help

Don’t see your language listed? Contact us and we’ll add it to the list of options. Please note, you can start a draft in any language and before publishing we can create a new language configuration. 

If you can’t see other languages in the interface, make sure “Show all languages” is selected from the top editing menu.

If you see too many languages in the list of posts or pages, you can hide the columns of languages you want to see.