Use the Dictionary to deploy applications to end-users (RUN users) in any language. All you have to do is to create a dictionary, use the #SLUG.KEY# format in the texts that will be substituted, and then select the languages that should be available for your end-users.
End-users are able to switch languages within their account. By default, the system will use the language identified in their browsers. If the language is not available in the application, the system will use the Fallback language.
End-users can select the language in their applications
To make the process easier and faster, you can import and export dictionary files in any language. Learn more Import & Export for Dictionary. Also, an auto-complete feature to find Slugs and Keys is available as shown below.
Follow these steps to create, configure, and enable the dictionary for your end-users:
 Create a Dictionary
First, you need to create the Dictionary by clicking on the 'Dictionaries & Multi-language' option from the top-right menu in your Admin.
You will be asked to select a language that will be the first one made available, you may edit or add more languages later. You will notice that a Slug is automatically created with the dictionary, this Slug will be used as the reference for that dictionary — you can edit it later.
Secondly, populate the dictionary with the Key & Value pairs that will be used for substitution, and save it. Below, we show an example for the English language.
Then, you may add another language. For example, in French , the values could be changed to:
|TITLE1||Informations sur la température|
Only UPPERCASE letters without a space are accepted as Key.
 Use #SLUG.KEY# wherever you want the substitution to be applied
Now that you have created the Slug and the Keys, you can use them anywhere in your application.
For example, in a widget, you can make the title available in both languages by using # instead of entering the title directly as a simple text.
If you created a dictionary with a Slug DIC1, and want to use the Key TITLE1 in the title of the widget, you just need to input #DIC1.TITLE1#
Fields that accept Dictionary have the auto-complete enabled, so that you can click on the icon on the right or type # to get the list of Slugs and Keys available for you.
You can also use the dictionary to substitute the name of the variables, their values, tooltips, messages sent by email, SMS, or push notifications, and so on.
Some widgets (e.g Map and Image Marker) may offer the option to customize additional texts. You can look for the option 'Custom Texts' on the right side of the widget configuration. You can enter a new text directly or use '#" to substitute it using your dictionary.
 Configure the language for your RUN
Dictionary can also be applied in your RUN application so that you can configure additional texts that are used in common places (e.g. 'Save' button, the sign form, tooltips, and so on).
If you haven't done so, create a dictionary to be used as a baseline by accessing the RUN > Multi-language section (image below). The system can create a dictionary with all available Keys, so that you can edit them as needed, or use it as a basis for other languages.
This dictionary will also contain the Keys used in your TagoRUN mobile app.
 Enable the languages
Now, make sure that the languages that should be available for the end-users in your RUN application are enabled so that they can select them.
You can select the language here:
Learn more about how to create and use dictionaries for multi-language in our community or by watching our videos.