Managing Language Files Anja Julia Hartzell June 08, 2021 15:01 Follow About this guide The LMS365 product includes a large selection of text to guide admins and users. This text is available in 22 different languages (24 languages for the LMS365 mobile app). You might want to change the wording on some translation, alter the text of some labels, or introduce an entirely new language by customizing all text of the product labels of LMS365. This can be done by managing the language files. In this article, we will walk you through how you can customize language files in LMS365. Adding custom text and translations To add custom text and translations, follow the steps below: 1. Go to the Settings section > Language Files > select the tool for which you would like to change the text of the labels - Course Creator, SCORM & AICC Player, Learning Module Builder, Quiz. 2. Select a language in the Select Language drop-down list: All supported languages are marked with an asterisk. 3. Type your custom text for each phrase in the Your choice column and click Save: OR 1. Click Export to save the language file to your computer. 2. Edit the downloaded .xlsx file locally filling in the Custom Values column: 3. Click Import and select the edited language file from your local computer. 4. Translation from the Custom Values column will be displayed in the Your choice column. Click Save to save the translation. NOTE: ⓘ The custom text will be applied to both new and existing Course Catalogs. ⓘ The text changes will be applied after page reload. Rules of presenting LMS365 sites in different languages NOTE: ⓘ Prerequisite for presenting LMS365 sites in more than one language: alternate language(s) should be chosen in site collection’s Site Settings -> Language settings. 1. The language preferences stored in the user profile. (It takes some time before user language preferences are applied after you change them). See link where to find these preferences. 2. If no language preference is defined in the user profile, the language preferences stored in the user's web browser are used. (You should reopen the browser session if you change browser language preference). Find information here on how to find these preferences. 3. If no language preferences are defined in the user's profile and web browser, the default site language is used.