GoHighLevel Languages

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GoHighLevel is rolling out internationalization for its platform.

This means that soon, the entire GoHighLevel app will be available in a multitude of languages.

Key Takeaways:

  • The GoHighLevel app will be available in Spanish, French, Dutch, and Danish
  • Eventually all platform features will be available in the above languages
  • Change the preferred language of each of your sub-accounts

Which Languages Are Available in GoHighLevel?

Right now, GoHighLevel is available fully in English. 

However, the platform is currently being translated into the following languages:

  • Spanish
  • French
  • Canadian French
  • Dutch
  • Danish

This means that you can set each individual sub-account to a preferred language. 

This is very handy if English is not your native language or if you deal with international clients on a regular basis.

Eventually, GoHighLevel intends to expand the number of languages on offer but does not indicate when.

Which Areas of GoHighLevel Are Available in Other Languages?

Right now, the rollout is in the early stages, and as such, only the calendar feature of the platform is currently available in the languages mentioned above.

This includes:

  • Calendar settings page
  • Appointment booking
  • Slot blocking
  • Appointment pop-over
  • Appointment activity log

Eventually, however, the entire platform will be available in multiple languages.

How to Set the Preferred Language in GoHighLevel

To change the language of a sub-account, head to the settings area. 

Here you will see a new drop-down box called “Preferred Language.” 

Simply select the language you want and hit save.

Now, all the features and tools for that sub-account will be displayed and written in the chosen language.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Presently, the GoHighLevel calendar feature is the only area of the platform that can be used in a language other than English. Eventually, however, the entire platform will be available in other languages.

GoHighLevel multi-language support is currently very limited. You can only create web pages in English. If you want to have them translated, you must use a third-party integration to achieve this.

Within each sub-accounts settings, you can now find the “Preferred Languages” dropdown box. Select the language you want and then hit “Save.” The sub-account will now be displayed in your chosen language.


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