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niteesha
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Localization in the PowerApps

we need to display the content of our App w.r.t the regional language.

these are the languages we need to develop 

· Chinese · French · German · Italian · Japanese · Korean · Portuguese · Russian · Spanish

If the specific regional language is not there in this list then we need to display in default language.

 

can anyone please provide any solution?

 

Thanks in Advance

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eka24
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Watch this video from Mr Dang, https://youtu.be/S95BM11XKoM

I hope it helps

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eka24
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Watch this video from Mr Dang, https://youtu.be/S95BM11XKoM

I hope it helps

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alrez
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Hi,

 

Please take a look at Eka24's video above, this should be exactly what you are looking for here. Remember to mark his suggestion as the solution if it helped fix your issues.

 

Regards,

 

Alex

 

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DevendraSingh
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Resolver I

Hi,

You can use the Language function to fetch the logged-in user language, and can display the labels for that.

You can use any database, i.e. Excel, SharePoint Online, to store the labels in different languages.

Following are the steps,

  • Step1: Store labels in different languages
  • Step2: Use function "Language()" to fetch logged-in user language
  • Step3: Fetch the labels for the logged-in user language. Write the formula Filter(Collection_Multilingual, LangaugeTag = Left(Language(), 2))

Collection_Multilingual is a collection that has the labels list in different languages, and LanguageTag is a field that stores the languages, i.e. "en" for the English. You can design it in your way.

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Thanks & Regards,

Devendra Singh

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