Offer Get Satisfaction in multiple languages

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You might (or not) know that I've been doing quite a lot of thinking and research about multilingualism online (search for "multilingual" on my blog), and one thing I've been dreaming of is a truly multilingual support community.

Satisfaction strikes me as a great opportunity for this. There are quite a lot of strategic/technical issues I'm not going to detail here (yes, it's complicated), but I really think the web needs more spaces where "language management" is close to what it is in real people's lives -- not just a series of linguistic silos.

Customers are not all English-speaking -- and as most people are multilingual, it doesn't really make sense to break up the communities by language.


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Posted 7 years ago

Eric Suesz, Champion

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Hey, thanks for everyone's patience on this issue. To expand a bit on what Thor said, we put up a blog post, if you're interested. We also have some forms you can add yourself to if you want to help translate. Also, vote on the language you think we should tackle first:


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We're still working on this - it's a BIG project, but it's being worked on.

I think you'll find a lot of helpful information in the blog post that explains a lot of the complexity involved in the process:

Thanks for everyone's patience.


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since there's been activity on this topic lately, I'll give an update - this is definitely still something we're planning to do, although I don't have a firm date yet. When I do, I'll post another, more detailed update.

Thanks to everyone in the community for letting us know how important this is to you.


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I know that there's a lot of people on this thread, and there's a lot of separate questions. We hear you, and respect that people want to know more about this whole rigamarole.

I've split this topic out into specific ideas, issues, and suggestions, in order to give people the most complete picture possible of the work we're doing on internationalization/localization. Here's the scoop.

Take this poll and let us know what languages you want us to support first.

Please see this topic if you're interested in volunteering or participating in the user-powered localization project.

Insights and updates on the technical process and progress is here.

Please see this topic if you've got specific atypographic entry issues in Cyrillic.

And feel free to start your own topic or suggest an idea in your own thread!

Geysa, Champion

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Hi Everyone, we now offer support for Spanish, French, German, Italian, Portugese (Brazil), Dutch and Swedish. To learn more about it, please go to and we'll contact you.

Caty, Employee

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Hi everyone,

Just wanted to let you all know that we released language support for our Engage Widgets last week, so now all of our localized communities are able to use widgets on their websites! To learn more, check out this blog post from our Senior QA Manager, Stephen Lee.

Since this thread is pretty crazy, here's a recap on our language support offerings as of May 2013:

- Get Satisfaction offers support for 11 different languages: English, Spanish, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Dutch, Swedish, Norwegian, Danish, and Finnish

- Language support is available for all of our core products, including: web-based communities, mobile experience, Facebook application, and our Engage widgets.

- Language support is available for those customers on the Small Business plan and higher.

- More information about language support, including how to configure it, can be found in this Help Center article: Multiple Language Support

To get a demo please fill out this form and a member of our team will be in touch to discuss the details with you!