Language Preferences

Language Preferences

The TagoIO admin that is used for the development of applications is displayed only in English. However, users that access your RUN application can visualize in any language that you set in your Dictionary. These end-users are also called 'RUN users'.

Some of the most used languages are:
  • English
  • Spanish
  • German
  • French
  • Italian
  • Japanese
  • Portuguese

All end-users will be able to select their preferred language from the tab 'Visualization Preferences' under the Account Setting page.

Make sure that your current plan allows the deployment of multi-language for your end-users.

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