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Enterprise customers can translate events directly in doo for English-speaking bookers themselves in the system since 17.08.2020. This means that you can now offer an event in German as well as in English, so that every participant can complete their registration completely in the desired language.
1. Setting the default language
To use the function, first create your event as usual with the event data (date, time, location, contact persons and descriptions), the ticket categories and the attendee or booker data to be queried. How to proceed in detail with the event creation, you can read in this article: Your first event with doo.
Note: Of course, the function is also available for already existing events.
After you have completed the event creation, go to the event settings and select the item "Languages" there.
There you first have to select the standard language (German or English) and then you can select the other language as second language or translation language.
2. Entering the individual translations
Once you have specified the languages, a field for the individual event data "Event information", "Tickets" and "Attendee data" will appear below.
For each element for which you have entered your own data during event creation, you can now store a corresponding translation.
To do this, click on one of the three fields and you can enter the translations side by side. After you have entered all the desired translations, confirm everything by clicking on the "Save" button.
Of course, the translations can be further adjusted at any time afterwards.
Tip: You can of course also offer translations in other languages for your events, but the menu navigation of the booking process itself is currently only offered in German or English.
3. Embedding the translations into your website
To have the right language displayed on your website now, either select the English widget (with/without event info) or use your event website in English.
For more information on integrating your event into your own website, see the following article: Integration into your own homepage.
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