Before you can translate Trail:

  • You need to use the Google Chrome browser

  • On a computer, you will need to install the Google Translate browser extension

  • On a mobile phone or tablet you will need to install the Google Translate app

  • You need to be connected to the internet (this will not work in Offline mode)


Setting up translations in Trail - Mobile or Tablet:

Watch this video guide or follow these 3 steps:

  1. In the Chrome browser app, go to Settings at the bottom of the screen (...) and select Translate.

This will automatically translate the page to the default language you have set in the Google Translate app.

2. Use the Google Translate settings cog to change the translation language.

3. You can also use the settings cog to configure ongoing translation preferences.

At first you should be given the option for Offer to translate. Selecting this will prompt translate to ask before translating each time you visit.

Selecting the settings cog again will offer the option to Always translate. This should then auto-translate to the default language each time you visit.


Setting up translations in Trail - Computer:

Watch this video guide or follow these 3 steps:

1. In Chrome, select the Google Translate icon in the top right-hand corner. If you can't see it, click on the puzzle icon in the same area and pin Google Translate.

2. Select Translate this page from the underneath the search bar and then select the language you want to translate to.

3. To speed this up in the future, select Extension Options, then select your primary language and save it. This will automatically translate the page to this language when you next select Translate this page.

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