Using Google Translate
In this article:
- Instructions on using the in-app Google Translate function to translate messages into other languages before sending
- Important things to remember when using the Translate function
When composing a new message, you choose to translate your messages using Google Translate.
For example, with the appointment reminder below:
You can translate the message to another language, e.g. Spanish:
Things to remember:
- Different languages employ a wide variety of different sentence structures (for example, in English we would say "the red car" whereas in French we would say "la voiture rouge", or in Italian - "la macchina rossi" which both literally translate to "the car red"). While Google translate can recognise these structural differences in many cases, there are some more complex languages where sentence structure may not translate correctly.
- Translating into languages that use "UTF-8" character sets (e.g. Chinese, Arabic etc.) will impact the character limit of the message. For more information on character limits, read this article