Ciao! 你好! Hello! Hola! We speak 17 different languages now

Since the days of Babylon’s tower, we’ve been doomed to misunderstandings and confusion. There are roughly 6,500 spoken languages in the world today. (How many can you list by heart?) And as &frankly grow, we continuously add new languages to our repertoire.

Our questions and pulses have been available in several different languages for quite some time. We want to create a smooth and simple experience for all employees using &frankly. That’s why we’ve now, in addition to questions, translated all emails and app/SMS notifications to 17 different languages.

These are the languages we currently support (and more will of course be added over time):

  • English
  • Swedish
  • Norwegian
  • Danish
  • Finnish
  • Russian
  • Polish
  • Estonian
  • Latvian
  • Lithuanian
  • German
  • French
  • Dutch
  • Italian
  • Spanish
  • Simplified Chinese
  • Traditional Chinese​


How does it work?

When an account is created a default language is selected. When a new user is created, their preferred language is set to the default language. When the user log in to &frankly, in the app or our web platform they can easily change their preferred language. From that point, all communication and question to that user will be in their preferred language.

Do you often create your own questions in &frankly? You can provide translations in the tool using our question creator tool. If you don’t, the question will be sent in the default language (the first language you used when creating the question).

Our administration platform (for company settings, managing users, etc.) that is typically used by managers and administrators, is provided in English and Swedish. 


All languages are available for our customers on the Workplace and Enterprise plan. 

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Caroline Fjellner

Caroline Fjellner

It’s all about people. That's why I love watching our company grow – the more the merrier. When not busy cultivating &frankly, I spend time on cultural cultivating; movies, food, radio (severe P1 addiction), books, etc.

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