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Multi language Support

Status: Completed
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Regular Visitor

We would love to have Dutch as a supported language for Power Visual Agents!

 

Regular Visitor

In addition to simply being able to make a bot in another language, it needs to be able to speak multiple languages. With a language detection feature and a prompt asking the user if they want to use the bot in language X or Y.

New Member

Would love to see Icelandic! 🙂

Regular Visitor

ok just to add it: german too plz 🙂

Anonymous
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Japanese too,

Japanese user input can trigger Topic, but bot reply "something wrong"😢

Regular Visitor

I don´t understand why it is still tagged as NEW, when it should be tagged as PLANNED.
Without language support it is useless in most of the countries. Please keep in mind this ranking:

  1. Chinese — 1.3 Billion Native Speakers. ...
  2. Spanish — 460 Million Native Speakers. ...
  3. English — 379 Million Native Speakers. ...
  4. Hindi — 341 Million Native Speakers. ...
  5. Arabic — 315 Million Native Speakers.
Regular Visitor

Whole-heartedly agree. I don't get why there is so little communication about it. At least let us know when and what to expect.

Microsoft

Hi!
Language support needs a reply from the team. Customers will not start a new method of internal/external bot agent service in non-native language...

Manually - we could get further if system topics triggers could be edited...

Hi,

 

It's good to see the excitement around language support. It's one of the key areas we're actively working on. We're planning support for additional languages in Public Preview by May, including French, German, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, and Chinese.

 

See also our release notes here:

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/power-platform-release-plan/2020wave1/power-virtual-agents/support-...

 

Michael

 

Microsoft

Thanks Michael (@mtjalve)! 👍
As Swedish language was recently upgraded to voice-to-text enabled in O365, my customers wanted to wish for Swedish here to!