Do you want to manage participatory spaces?
This platform is set up to be in multiple languages, for the time being in English and Dutch. At a later time we might want to add also other languages.
What does multi-language mean for us?
> For a participant it simply means to select the desired language in the top bar and get any content in the language, in case translations are available. Not that when some content is not translated, it is presented in the available language.
> For admins it basically means 2 things:
1) the system is translated in the chosen languages
2) the content can be translated in case the admins or participants do so
The first means that the menu items, system messages and so on are translated. This is something that the (super)admins take care of.
The latter refers to most of the participatory elements of the platform. If you create a process, group, debate, session, survey, blog or conference, you can put it in the two languages. If you put these elements only in one language, don't worry, in most cases that's allowed by the system, it means that your session or whatever element you work on is showing up in that one language, even if participants choose to see it in another. This makes it easier for you to add the translation in a later moment if necessary. We recommend and urge you however to make sure the content will be presented in the two languages. This will help more people understand it. Thanks for your help with that ;-)