At LiveSchool, we understand that communication is key, and we want to ensure that students and families can access and understand the information they receive from their school in their preferred language. In this guide, we'll show you how students and families can translate LiveSchool content into different languages using the Chrome browser and Google Translate.
Translating Your Account
Language of LiveSchool Content
By default, LiveSchool displays content in the language originally created by the school. For example, if your school has created English-language behaviors, these behaviors will be shown in English on the student's and parent's accounts:
Setting a Default Language
Students and families have the ability to set a default language for their Chrome browser, which will be used for translations. Here's how:
Open your Chrome browser.
Click on the three vertical dots in the top right corner to access the menu.
Go to 'Settings.'
Scroll down and click on 'Language.'
Here, you can choose your preferred language for translations.
Translating LiveSchool Content
Once you've set your preferred language, you can translate LiveSchool content as follows:
Right-click on any page you're viewing in Chrome.
Select 'Translate to [Your Chosen Language].'
Google Translate will convert all the text on the page into your chosen language.
Viewing Translated Content
You'll now see LiveSchool content, including behaviors in the student and family accounts and recaps, presented in your selected language:
We hope this guide has helped show you how to translate LiveSchool content into your preferred language using the Chrome browser and Google Translate. We also have some multi-lingual resources to share with families here.