SharePoint Multilingual Feature Can Be Applied To Teams Sites
SharePoint Multilingual Feature Can Be Applied To Teams Sites
Joel Rollins

SharePoint Multilingual Feature Can Be Applied To Teams Sites

The SharePoint multilingual feature is expanding to include team sites. This new SharePoint feature release includes other improvements to the navigation and site title editing experience for users whose preferred language differs from the site’s default language.

Organizations will have more multilingual site options. There are also improvements to how site content for navigational labels, site descriptions, footers and titles are stored and saved. These changes prevent users from editing site content into the wrong language when the site’s default language is different from the user's preferred language.

Below is the summary of changes:
  • Additional language information is provided when editors make changes to navigational labels, site descriptions, footers, and the site's name.
  • The new language information will display even if multilingual settings have not been enabled for the site.
  • When editors change site content that is not in their preferred language, it will modify the label instead of creating a translation.
  • Additional information can be found in tool tips next to the content that’s being edited to confirm the language.
  • Translations for site content can only be created when multilingual settings have been enabled.
 
Microsoft will begin rolling out early June with expected general availability of this feature by mid-September 2022.

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