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This guide applies to:

  • Basic Edition
  • Plus Edition
  • Pro Edition
  • Business Edition

Introduction

The Language Packs included in the plugin will translate your Booking Calendar and the Admin page. But, they’re not for translating emails.

The email notifications will not automatically translate with the language packs. You must manually translate the Subject and Message into your desired language.


Translating Emails Using Google Translate

Go to your Notifications, you’ll need to update each one of them individually.

  1. Pick one of them to start with and copy everything in the Message box. 
  2. Now, go to Google Translate and Paste the entire section you just copied. 
  3. Copy your translated Message and Paste it back into the SSA Message box.
  4. Repeat this for the Subject. 
  5. Go back and fix all of the Twig templates – these must be in English. Notice how in my example below {% endif %} turned into {% terminara si %}.

Make sure that all the Twig Code Templates surrounded by the {{ curly brackets }} stay in English. If you don’t check this, you’ll end up with Twig Errors. 

Translating the Notification Message with Google Translate

How to Avoid Errors in Your Emails

Check to make sure that your Message looks correct using the Live Preview Section below the Message editor.  

This is what a Twig Error looks like here, if you see this, go back to Step 5 in the section above.

Twig Error in the Notification Editor

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