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A guide to how you can help improve translations in the user interface on

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Written by Odd Bjerga
Updated over a week ago

Our learning portal,, is designed to help you learn a new language with support in your native language.

We have translated the user interface into 105 languages using Google Translate. Translations from Google are roughly 80% accurate, which means that at least 20% of the website labels, buttons, popups, etc. need to be improved by humans.

Weโ€™d like to invite you to help us translate into your native language!

It is pretty easy! If you see a nonsense translation, just enable translator mode and change the text. ๐Ÿ˜ƒ

Here are the steps you need to take:

  1. Ask Customer Support to get access to translator mode. Use the chat option to do so.

  2. Once enabled, click your name in the upper right corner and choose Settings.

  3. Choose Sound & visual.

  4. Click โ€œEnable translator modeโ€.

  5. Youโ€™ll now see a translator button in the lower right corner everywhere you go. When you click it, you'll see which texts and labels can be edited.

  6. To improve a translation, click the yellow pencil icon, change the words and click the checkmark to save.

  7. For a complete overview of translatable strings, please go to this page:
    Here you see the English source translation and the translation to your native language in the third column.
    โ€‹Click the text in the third column to edit. Hit enter to save your changes.


Sometimes you will see some strange symbols in the popup, like %{name}
Please do not remove this. It means that it will be replaced by a name, date, or number.

Letโ€™s make learning languages with native language support a wonderful experience together!

Your friends at Lingu

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