To enable machine translation, you need to configure an external translation provider.
You can connect Lango with the following providers:
Google Cloud Translator
You can translate your content into 80+ languages, and others are coming soon.
A Confluence administrator account is required to configure an external provider.
First, open the Lango administrator page:
Go to the Confluence settings
Search the Lango App section, and select the “Languages & Translator” link.
You can configure the connection with one or more external providers. You can also restrict the available languages or set some advanced options, like glossaries or global configurations.
Do you want to suggest a new provider? Contact us. We appreciate all your suggestions!
If you want to add or edit the configuration for one provider, click on the pencil icon. You can change the default provider by clicking on the star icon.
Supported features in Lango
Bulgarian, Chinese (Simplified), Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, Estonian, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hungarian, Japanese, Italian, Indonesian, Korean, Latvian, Lithuanian, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Slovak, Slovenian, Swedish, Turkish, Ukrainian
Configuring DeepL Translator
Configuring Google Cloud Translator
Configuring Microsoft Azure Translator
Supported combinations may vary depending on the source language.
If you want to use glossaries during your translations, you need to enable the feature in the Languages & Translator configuration panel.
Supported providers: DeepL, Google
For more control, you can restrict the languages available within the application.