Updated by Holly Cyran 4/5/2017
Have an employee who prefers to view our site with a Spanish translation or maybe another language? We've got you covered!
In the event that an employee wishes to review the site in a language other than English, we have added Google Translate to our services as an option for those employers.
Once an employee is logged into the site, the employee will select their name (found in the upper right hand corner) and a drop down menu will appear. The employee can select the link for Espanol and the site will now translate information into the Spanish language. Making this change will also enable the Google Translate tool bar which will actually allow the employee to select from a variety of languages available through Google Translate.
Can I preset all and/or specific employees to automatically see the pages in Spanish?
No, at this time the employee must switch from English to Spanish once logged into the site.
Will this feature translate the documents I have loaded?
No, this is only an option to translate web pages and will NOT translate attached documents.
What if I don't want the company to use/have this translate option?
Under the company tab Settings-->General Settings you will see the option to disable Google Translate
How reliable is Google Translate?
Do your homework here....while users indicate that the program does a relatively good job at translating words on a page, it tends to be the most formal translation and isn't necessarily presenting with the same conversational aspect one might expect.