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Hey team, Ben here! Quick heads up - I'm currently working with my provider to enable an English version, but in the meantime, here's a handy guide to translating web pages.
Language barriers, be gone!

Google Chrome:

  1. Navigate to the Page:

    • Go to the web page you want to translate.

  2. Right-Click (or Tap):

    • Right-click on any part of the page (or tap on the three dots in the top right corner) to bring up the context menu.

  3. Select "Translate":

    • Look for the "Translate" option in the menu. Click on it.

  4. Choose Your Language:

    • A pop-up will appear. Select the language you want the page to be translated into. Chrome's got quite the linguistic repertoire!

  5. Review and Adjust:

    • Chrome will automatically translate the page. Check it out and if needed, make adjustments using the toolbar at the top.


Firefox:

  1. Visit the Page:

    • Go to the web page you want to translate.

  2. Look for the Translate Icon:

    • In the address bar, you'll see a purple globe icon. This is Firefox's translation feature.

  3. Click on the Globe:

    • Click on the globe icon, and a menu will appear.

  4. Select "Translate":

    • In the menu, choose the "Translate" option. Firefox will then translate the page into your default language.

  5. Adjust Settings if Needed:

    • If necessary, you can tweak translation settings using the options in the toolbar.


Microsoft Edge:

  1. Visit the Page:

    • Navigate to the web page you want to translate.

  2. Look for the Translate Icon:

    • In the address bar, you'll find a translate icon – it looks like a square with a T inside.

  3. Click on the Translate Icon:

    • Click on the translate icon, and a menu will pop up.

  4. Choose Your Language:

    • Select your preferred language from the list. Edge will then translate the page for you.

  5. Adjust Settings if Necessary:

    • Similar to other browsers, Edge provides options to adjust translation settings if needed.

And there you have it, team! While we're working on an English version, this translation feature is your trusty sidekick in breaking down language walls on the internet. Happy exploring!

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