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S-Drive is translatable using Translation Workbench. This can also be used to change the name or wording of various components and custom labels even if you’re not translating to another language.

To use this feature, you must

  • Enable Translation Workbench

  • Translate Components

  • Translate Custom Labels

Follow the instructions below. These Salesforce help pages my also be useful.

1- Enable Translation Workbench

Translation Workbench lets you specify languages you want to translate, assign translators to languages, create translations for customizations you’ve made to your Salesforce org, and override labels and translations from managed packages. Everything from custom picklist values to custom fields can be translated so your global users can use all of Salesforce in their language.

Note: Translation Workbench isn’t available for single-language orgs.

  • From Setup, enter Translation Language Settings in the Quick Find box, then select Translation Language Settings.

  • On the welcome page, click Enable.

  • Click Add, specify the Language, and identify translator users for the language.

  • Click Save.

2- Translate Components

To get started in the Translation Workbench;

  • From Setup, enter Translate in the Quick Find box, then select Translate.

  • Select a language (if you’re a translator for more than one language).

  • Select a setup component, for example “Custom Fields”

  • If necessary, select an object and aspect. For example, Account File and Field Label.

  • Double click in the translation column to enter new values. You can tab to jump to the next row.

  • Click Save.

See Help And Training Community Translate Metadata Labels for Salesforce help.

3- Translate Custom Labels

Custom labels are used for error messages and help text. To translate these:

  • From Setup, enter Custom Labels in the Quick Find box, then select Custom Labels.

  • Click on the name of the label you want to change or translate. You’ll come to this page.

  • Click on New Local Translations/Overrides

  • Fill in the Language and Translation Text and click Save.

See Help And Training Community Localize Labels in Multilingual Orgs for Salesforce help.

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