By default, the basic elements on your job posts are set to the language based on your browser language and/or location. You can change this to one of the 11 languages: Dutch, English, Finnish, French, German, Latvian, Norwegian, Russian, Spanish, Turkish or Swedish. Miss a language? Send us a message.
This will automatically translate:
- The text in the apply button: ‘Apply now’.
- The job type job, e.g. ‘Full-time’.
- The standard ‘Our website’ URL in the footer.
- All the English texts in the application form, like ‘Personal info’ and all the field names.
Change the default language
- Go to your settings (top right corner).
- Choose ‘Preferences’.
- Scroll down to ‘Job language’.
- Enable different languages, by switching the toggle.
- Hover the language you want to set to default and click ‘make default’.
- Go back to your dashboard.
- ‘Edit’ an existing job post or add a new job post.
- In the top menubar, you’ll find a language dropdown. Click ‘Edit languages’.
- Enable your default language.
- Make this language default by selecting ‘Default’.
- Switch off those languages you don’t want to use.
- Click ‘Save’.
This job post will now be shown in the default language. New job posts are also set in the default language. Of course, texts added by yourself, still need to be translated.