In Sapling, you can create a personalized experience regardless of your team members' native languages.
From a language perspective, Sapling is built around American English. However, you can use Sapling in several other languages in two contexts:
Language in the content you create
You have the ability to define much of the experience your team members see in Sapling through the content you create. This includes email templates, workflow tasks, Preboarding welcome messages, and even field dropdown options.
In all of those areas and more, you can type in any language supported by your browser and device allowing you to create templates, tasks, field values, or more outside of American English.
(example of an email template being created that will be delivered to team members in French)
Language in the app itself
If you're using Google Chrome or some other modern web browsers you (or your team members) can change how they see Sapling rendered using a browser translation. For example, you can install the Google Translate extension to then translate Sapling into dozens of other languages.
(example of the Google Translate extension translating Sapling into French)
We want to ensure that you and your team members have a great experience with Sapling, regardless of the primary language. Hopefully, these two tips highlight how you can turn Sapling into a polyglot. 😄
- Typing with any type of keyboard is allowed in Sapling and special characters will be stored. (For example, if you are using a Mandarin keyboard, Sapling would display Mandarin characters.)