Gmail Tip #42: A More Worldly View

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Posted: April 14, 2005

Parlez-vous fran?ais? Sprechen Sie Deutsch? Or if you read any of 11 newly supported languages, you will feel right at home with Gmail. In addition to English, Gmail now supports Dutch, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese, and UK English. (Sorry, no Klingon.) If you want to experience Gmail in one of these languages, read on for simple instructions to make the change...

Simply click on the "Settings" link at the upper right of any Gmail page. Look toward the middle of the page, and you will find a dropdown selector labeled "Gmail display language". Pick your desired language, and click on the "Save Changes" button at the bottom. When the screen refreshes, you will be presented with the familiar Gmail screen, just with the new language integrated throughout the interface.

While many understand multiple languages, I am sorry to say that I am only fluent in one...

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